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Moldova Customs celebrates 20 years of service
31-10-2011

Two decades ago, the Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova turned an important page in its historical calendar and fully engaged itself in the process of state building and economic development of the country.

Tudor Balitchi

customs and other authorities
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Moldova Customs celebrates 20 years of service
31-10-2011

Two decades ago, the Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova turned an important page in its historical calendar and fully engaged itself in the process of state building and economic development of the country.

Tudor Balitchi

customs and other authorities
en, fr
East and Southern Africa benefits from new MBA with Customs specialization
31-10-2011

A new Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Customs Management has been launched in Arusha, Tanzania by the East & Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI), in collaboration with the University of Canberra’s Centre for Customs & Excise Studies (CCES). ESAMI is chartered to grant degrees by 10 countries in the East and Southern Africa region: Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Th e new degree marks a milestone for Customs in Africa, as students from these countries have the opportunity for specialized postgraduate studies similar to what CCES has been off ering in Canberra (face-toface) and in all continents (online).

Creck Buyonge Mirito

knowledge management
en, fr
East and Southern Africa benefits from new MBA with Customs specialization
31-10-2011

A new Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Customs Management has been launched in Arusha, Tanzania by the East & Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI), in collaboration with the University of Canberra’s Centre for Customs & Excise Studies (CCES). ESAMI is chartered to grant degrees by 10 countries in the East and Southern Africa region: Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Th e new degree marks a milestone for Customs in Africa, as students from these countries have the opportunity for specialized postgraduate studies similar to what CCES has been off ering in Canberra (face-toface) and in all continents (online).

Creck Buyonge Mirito

knowledge management
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