Smuggled cigarettes to be destroyed

The Customs Authority will destroy all cigarettes and alcohol it discovers being smuggled into Israel, the Federation of the Israeli Chambers of Commerce said Monday.

By YIGAL GRAYEFF
December 27, 2005 07:46

 
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The Customs Authority will destroy all cigarettes and alcohol it discovers being smuggled into Israel, the Federation of the Israeli Chambers of Commerce said Monday. Until now, the Customs Authority had sold the goods in a public sale or destroyed them. Procedures are being changed after complaints from importers.



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