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Customs Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 112/2000 THE CUSTOMS PROCLAMATION Article 1. Short Citation This Proclamation may be cited as "the Customs Proclamation No. 112/2000." Article 2. Scope of Application and Entry into Force 1. The provisions of this Proclamation supersede any provisions of the Customs, Import and Export Taxes 14/7 (1995) p. 145 and any amendments thereof, the Transitional Penal Code of Eritrea Proclamation No. 4 of 1991 and any amendments thereof, and any other Proclamations or regulations of the State of Eritrea relating to Customs import and export taxes and duties.
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