New Zealand Customs Service

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The New Zealand Customs Service is the government agency with the job of ensuring the security of our border. We protect the economy from illegal imports and exports. We promote New Zealand’s international trade. We collect revenues, investigate illegal activity and prosecute where necessary.

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