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Customs and Excise

noun
 
 
the previous name for the British government’s customs department, responsible for collecting taxes on goods brought into the country. It was combined with the Inland Revenue in 2005 to become part of HM Revenue & Customs.
Translations of “Customs and Excise”
in Chinese (Traditional) (英國)關稅與消費稅部…
in Chinese (Simplified) (英国)关税与消费税部…
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