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1. news | 17 Feb 2015
» The Customs Department announced on Tuesday it will hold a live, verbal auction of 241 seized vehicles, including luxury cars, on Feb 27.
2. multimedia | 25 Feb 2015
By Bangkok Post
» Customs officials in Bangkok have seized more than 1,000 illegal items, including elephant tusks, inhalants, pornographic materials and sexual enhancement drugs, between Oct 2014 and Feb 2015. The items, worth more than ...
3. business | 18 Feb 2015
» Draft bills on the land and buildings tax, amendments to the excise tax and customs code and the launch of a long-awaited National Savings Fund will seek cabinet approval this month.
4. news | 09 Feb 2015
» The single-window inspection system was launched on Friday at the Lao Bao checkpoint in Laos' Savannakhet province and Dansavanh in the Vietnamese province of Quang Tri, the Vientiane Times reported on Monday.
5. news | 05 Feb 2015
» Customs officials seized a modified fishing boat with 50,000 litres of smuggled diesel in the Gulf of Thailand about 11 nautical miles west of Koh Samui off Surat Thani province on Tuesday and arrested the boat's sk...
6. news | 18 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» In his 2014 budget, the British Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the most significant pension liberalisation of the past century. The action by George Osborne affects all people with UK private pensions. It’s worth ...
7. multimedia | 16 Jan 2015
By Bangkok Post
» In today's photo gallery, we feature a 22-million-baht car seized by the Customs Department, anti-narcotics police and soldiers patrolling along the Mekong River, Gen Prayut and his teachers, and the Pope.
8. learning | 03 Oct 2014
About Bangkok life
» From fuzzy bedroom slippers to sharing treats with co-workers, the customs and traditions of Bangkok office workers are often unspoken and are often very personal.
9. learning | 08 Sep 2014
» Used car prices to drop significantly, education ministry named ministry with most problems in poll & Customs Department reform cuts back on rewards for officials.
10. learning | 15 Aug 2013
» A ruptured hose, bad weather and customs procedures were the reasons for the last month's oil spill's severe impact, an investigation committee said Wednesday.