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NEWS UPDATES Asean Affairs        8  June 2011

Asean customs heads meet in Myanmar

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Myanmar Union Minister of Finance and Revenue U Hla Tun has called for a role for customs departments to realize the Asean Community, stressing the need for encouraging commodity flow integration, earning revenue for the state and handling border trade in line with policy and law, an official media reported Wednesday.

U Hla Tun made the call at a senior customs officials meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Nay Pyi Taw Tuesday, said the New Light of Myanmar.

He noted that Myanmar has formed the National Window System Leading Committee which will join the Asean window system via ICT tools as it is one of the pivotal pledges of Asean nations.

He underscored the implementation of the Asean window system, the amendment of Asean customs agreement, Asean passing system base contract and its technical appendix, Asean -China MoU and review of the customs development strategic plan (2005-2010) as successes of the Asean customs directors-general.

The three-day 20th Asean Customs Directors-General Meeting began on Tuesday and will last until Thursday, focusing on customs development strategic plan, swift and smooth commodity flows and the Asean window system.


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