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Customs stations to remain open during Eid holidays

English Desk
  24 Jun 2023, 20:36

The customs stations will remain open on a limited scale during the Eid-ul-Azha holidays beginning from June 27 in order to support seamless international trade, the National Board of Revenue (NBR) said yesterday.

The exporters and importers will get customs related services at ports during the holidays -- from June 27 to July 1 -- except for the Eid days, said a letter signed by Mohd Parvez Reza Chowdhury, second secretary for customs policy at the NBR.

The NBR issued the letter to all the customs houses and stations along with the Bangladesh Bank, leading chambers and exporters' association.

 

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