Source Pravda.Ru

International Exhibition 'customs Service 2001' Opens In Moscow

The second international exhibition "Customs Service-2001" will be held at the Expocentre exhibition complex in Krasnaya Presnya between October 22 and 25. Viktor Krutskikh, Vice-Chairman of the State Customs Committee said at a press conference that the exhibition, which is timed for the 10th anniversary of the committee, demonstrates the latest achievements in the sphere of customs services, new developments of Russian and foreign manufacturers of special equipment, and the information and technical equipment of the customs houses. More than 70 companies from Russia, Belarus, Germany, China, Slovenia, the USA, and France have placed their output on display.

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