New customs legislation that aims to curb trade-based financial crime and improve revenue collection has been tabled in the Jamaican parliament.

The Customs Act (2019) has retained some of the substantive provisions of existing laws, but incorporates several new provisions geared towards trade facilitation and international best practices.

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