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Lao PDR Customs

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Lao PDR Customs

Lao Customs is the customs service of Laos, with the responsibility of governing and overseeing the flow of goods, people and vehicles into and out of Laos; operating customs offices; and collecting import and export duty fees. The Department advises businesses and travelers incountry and participates in regional and international customs-related associations and programs.[1]

Organization

Lao Customs operates regional offices in many towns and cities, including offices located in: Attapeu, Bokeo, Bolikhamsai, Champassack, Huaphanh, Khammuane, Luang Namtha, Luang Prabang, Oudomxay, Phongsaly, Saravanne, Savannnakhet, Sekong, Vientiane Municipality, Vientiane Province, Xayaboury, Xaysomboune Special Zone and Xieng Khouang.[2]

References

  1. ^ Lao Customs, Laws and regulations
  2. ^ Lao Customs, Regional offices

External links

  • Lao PDR Customs Department official site


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