Illegal furniture, consumer goods, electronics seized

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Supervised by the Anti-Illegal Trade Steering Committee, effective action is being taken to prevent illegal trade under the law.
A joint inspection team led by the Forestry Department conducted inspections under the management of the Anti-Illegal Trade Task Force on 23 and 24 February.
A total of 2.6844 tonnes of illegal teak furniture (estimated at K805,320) was seized in Hmawby and Htantabin townships, and action is taken under the forest law.
Similarly, the Anti-Trafficking Task Force and the Customs Department carried out an inspection at the Myanmar Industrial Port Container Inspection Station.
A total of K81,231,000 worth of goods including goods not listed in the import declaration ID and equipment and printer spare parts (estimated at K55,231,000) and consumer goods (estimated value of K26,000,000) were seized and action is taken under the Customs Law. Similarly, a joint inspection team conducted inspections at the Kawkareik (Tadakyoe) Joint Inspection Station under the management of the Anti-Illegal Trade Task Force.
Illegal Thai-made household goods (estimated at K4,225,000) were seized from a truck bound for Myawady to Mawlamyine with undocumented goods, and action is taken under the Customs Law.
Therefore, a total of six arrests (approximately K86,261,320) were made three consecutive days, according to the Anti-Illegal Trade Steering Committee. —MNA

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