In two different seizures last week, the Hong Kong Customs department announced they grabbed both ivory and a bevy of technology equipment.
Hong Kong Customs raided a warehouse in Tsuen Wan and stopped a local Internet website from selling counterfeit products to overseas buyers.
Hong Kong's seaports, airports, and customs checkpoints have enhanced visibility of a new regulation that levies a two-year prison term for travelers taking more
According to the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council of China, starting from January 27, 2011, the import tax of some information technology
The contract research organization Sundia Meditech has been addressing concerns that the Shanghai 2010 World Expo may have an impact on the customs clearance
The pharmaceutical contract research organization Sundia MediTech Company and two other CRO companies based in Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Shanghai report that the customs
In a recent operation codenamed "Intruder", officers from the Hong Kong Intellectual Property Investigation Bureau raided five shops in Tsuen Wan and Sham Shui
China's General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has awarded inspection-free qualification for nine Lenovo exported PC products.
UPS is moving its intra-Asia air hub from the Philippines to Shenzhen in China's thriving Pearl River Delta to reduce transit times across Asia.
The Economic Operation Division of China's Ministry of Information Industry has reduced the tariff rate of some of imported electronic products following the implementation