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Customs Clearance

What is Customs Clearance?

Customs clearance is the act of taking goods through the customs authority to facilitate the movement of cargo into a country (import) and outside the country (export).

Also, the customs clearance means a document issued by the customs authority to a shipper indicating that all duties have been paid and the shipper's goods is cleared for export.

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