Nigeria Customs Service Lifts Ban on Exportation of Allied Products

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The Nigeria Customs Service has announced a conditional lifting of ban on export of processed wood, charcoal and other allied products.

This was confirmed in a circular signed by Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, Musa Mba.

The circular stated that the administrative ban placed on the export of processed wood, charcoal and other allied products is hereby lifted with immediate effect.

Recall that the Nigeria Customs Service placed ban on the exportation of allied products.

Written by: Helen Obih

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