Table of Contents
- 1 Ethiopian Customs
- 2 Nigerian Customs
- 3 Ivory Coast customs
- 4 Benin Customs
- 5 Angola Customs
- 6 Burkina Faso Customs
- 7 Cameroon Customs
- 8 Ghana Customs
- 9 Botswana Customs
- 10 Comoros Customs
- 11 Djibouti Customs
- 12 Gabon Customs
- 13 Guinea Customs
- 14 Mali Customs
- 15 Mauritius Customs
- 16 Mozambique Customs
- 17 Senegal customs
- 18 Sierra Leone Customs
- 19 Namibia Customs
- 20 Uganda Customs
- 21 Zimbabwe Customs
And among its tasks:
- timely and efficient collection of duties and taxes on imported or exported goods.
- Implementation of relevant customs laws and international agreements approved and ratified by Ethiopia.
- control over the import and export of prohibited or prohibited goods.
Customs fraud prevention and control
The tasks of the Nigerian Customs Service are to provide services in ways that increase efficiency and enhance trade competitiveness where all customs duties are processed promptly, and the Nigerian Customs Service has for a long time been and continues to be the supervisor of trade and management of the country’s borders, as well as the task of collecting revenue from customs duties They must provide advice to the government on trade and financial policies, protect Nigerian society from smuggled and dangerous goods, and finally provide accurate statistics on customs operations to the government,
Ivory Coast customs
The Ivory Coast Customs website was launched on 1st July 2013, the single national window for foreign trade will gradually enhance all information related to foreign trade in a single transaction portal, in order to enable any individual wishing to trade to or from Côte d’Ivoire to get a clear procedure, as well as appropriate support to carry out its online business activities.
The Customs Administration is one of the financial councils under the supervision of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
Benin is one of the countries that has implemented a complete ban on genetically modified foods, whether imported or grown. It also tracks goods in transit via satellite, monitors them electronically or by human escort. Goods in transit are goods destined for other countries through one entry point and leave the country by road or rail through another entry/exit point. The goods are usually covered by a guarantee/bond.
The customs administration also installs some warehouses within certain limits of the customs system, according to which imported goods are stored in a customs place without paying import duties and other taxes on goods at the point of entry. This customs tolerance allows the importer the opportunity to defer payment of duties and other taxes until the goods are either delivered for domestic consumption or re-exported.
The Customs Authority in Angola is one of the bodies of the Ministry of Finance and is relied upon in many tasks, firstly, collecting taxes and customs duties, secondly protecting the country from the introduction of smuggled, prohibited or dangerous goods, thirdly implementing customs laws and various agreements related to customs, protecting borders from any terrorist acts.
Burkina Faso Customs
The Directorate General of Customs is under the Ministry of Economy and Finance and is responsible for implementing and enforcing laws and regulations applicable to the movement of people, goods, transport and capital at entry and exit, and these laws and regulations are closely related to the context of international trade liberalization and the development of the Common Policy of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA). In this regard, customs perform three types of tasks: a tax task, an economic task, and a task for protecting the interests of the state and citizens.
The Cameroon customs system is one of the engines of the state budget. The receipts collected in this sector play a large role, for example:
- The consumption tax to which some products are subject
- Value-added tax or value-added tax TEC or Common External Tariff…
Thus, the Cameroonian customs is part of the levers of the Cameroonian economy, in addition to the task defined above, the Cameroonian customs plays an important and even leading role in various other fields of activity.
Our primary task is to ensure maximum compliance with all relevant tax laws to ensure a sustainable revenue stream for the government and facilitate trade and the safe flow of goods across state borders. We also administer a few international agreements that govern our relations with other tax authorities and institutions such as WCO protocols, WTO protocols, double taxation agreements and information exchange.
The Customs and Excise Department performs multiple roles that include: collecting government revenue (customs and excise duties, import VAT and other fees), facilitating legitimate imports and exports, protecting the Botswana community from cross-border crime, and combating unfair and unfair crimes. harmful business practices. This is achieved through the effective and effective implementation of customs and excise duty law and other legislation related to import and export control as well as implementation of the World Customs Organization agreements and other international trade instruments and standards applicable in the field of customs and trade aims to simplify and harmonize customs practices, combat fraud and corruption, and provide facilities Booster for operators who meet high standards of compliance.
Comorian customs consists of central services, design bodies, and implementation services called external central services, working to carry out economic tasks, which are the collection of customs and tax revenues, security tasks such as protecting the country from smuggled goods and corrupt goods, and legislative tasks by implementing all customs laws.
The Directorate General of Customs and Indirect Rights is one of the financial authorities under the Ministry of Budget. to carry out its tasks,
In fact, customs collect a significant share of the revenue of the state’s financial budget (about 56% per year) and contribute to the financing of public funds. The import, export, or transit of goods on the national territory is the event that leads to the imposition of indirect taxes, which increases customs revenue, an essential contribution to the state budget.
Customs also contributes to consumer protection by ensuring compliance with regulations regarding the quality and safety of industrial products imported from countries outside the European Union.
The Gabonese Customs Administration is responsible for clearing import duties, taxes and exit fees for some local goods for export, as well as monitoring the regularity of customs clearance operations. In this way
History informs us that Guinean Customs was created on 4 October 1958 after independence through the position of Minister of State for Finance in charge of Customs and the Treasury.
The mission of the Guinean Customs Administration is to implement the customs policy of the Government. As such, it contributes to the mobilization of the resources of the state budget, the strengthening and protection of the national economic space, as well as to the protection of the population.
It also provides customers with the information necessary to speed up the import and export of goods and trade liquidity, without clashes or obstacles.
The Directorate General of Customs is headed by a Director General who is appointed by a decree of the Council of Ministers based on the proposal of the Minister responsible for Customs. Customs has basic functions:
Financial function – consists of the collection and protection of government revenue in the form of customs duties, excise taxes, value-added tax and other taxes under customs laws.
Economic Function – Provides measures to facilitate legitimate cross-border trade to promote import/export and encourage foreign direct investment. And reduce the cost and time, thus ensuring the smooth flow and security of the business community in customs clearance.
Ministry of Foreign Trade Customs falls under the umbrella of the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA)… The mission of MRA Customs is primarily to collect revenue for the government, ensure national security and protect society, while facilitating the lawful movement of people and goods across borders. Intercepting contraband and contraband such as illegal drugs lawful inspection of passengers, their baggage, merchandise, and mail; Use of non-intrusive inspection technology such as X-ray scanners to assess and collect customs duties, production fees, value-added tax and other taxes imposed under customs laws.
Mozambique Customs works on implementing tax and customs policy, directing and controlling the progress of its services, planning and controlling its activities and information systems, training and qualifying human cadres, developing studies and supporting the design of tax and customs policies, inspection and customs control over entry and exit of goods.
Senegalese customs have long been responsible for levying taxes and duties on imported goods as well as implementing some measures to control foreign trade, traffic, and combat smuggling. The customs administration has three tasks:
- Financial mission: collecting fees and taxes.
- Economic role: creating a favorable environment for legitimate production and trade activities.
- Security and facilitation: border protection and the international supply chain.
Sierra Leone Customs
The National Revenue Authority (NRA) was established on September 13, 2002, by an Act of Parliament called the National Revenue Authority Act 2002 (Act No. 11). It performs the following tasks:
- Revenue collection
- Trade facilitation
- Border management and control
- Determining specific product standards
Namibian Customs is affiliated to the Ministry of Finance and is responsible for issues related to customs affairs, and the collection of taxes and customs duties as an important revenue for the state, while protecting the country’s security from smuggled and prohibited goods and dangerous to national security.
The task of Ugandan Customs is to assess, manage and account for central government tax revenue (including non-tax revenue), and to advise the government on policy matters relating to all sources of revenue.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority derives its mandate from the Revenue Authority Act and other subsidiary legislation. And its mission is:
- Revenue collection.
- Facilitating trade and travel.
- Advise the government on financial and economic matters.
- Protection of civil society.