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DateLine Sunday, 11 May 2008

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Customs gets tough on personal baggage

Sri Lanka Customs have advised passengers not to bring commercial goods as personal baggage. Director General SriLanka Customs S. A. C. S. W. Jayatileka said that the Customs Department will strictly enforce this under the provisions of the Import Control Act from Thursday, May 15.

He said that all goods for commercial purposes and goods in commercial quantities have to be imported in accordance with the provisions of the Import Control Act.

Goods imported or brought as accompanied or unaccompanied baggage and gifts will be forfeited and heavy penalties will be imposed.

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