Disposing cigarettes

The Bureau of Customs-Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service (BOC-CIIS) Chief Alvin Enciso, assigned at the Manila International Container Port (BOC-MICP), together with ESS and the Philippine Coast Guard, secure, monitor and guard the destruction of P120 million worth of fake imported cigarettes at a condemnation facility in Porac, Pampanga. This is part of the ₱240 million worth of accumulated smuggled cigarettes that have been seized by the BOC-MICP so far this year.

Topics: Bureau of Customs-Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service , Alvin Enciso , Manila International Container Port , Philippine Coast Guard , cigarettes , Pampanga

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