Thursday, February 4, 2010


When you travel in different countries, you pass through custom.Customs are a kind of duty, or tax, paid on goods imported into a country. Each country has it's own rules about what goods are allowed to be imported, and how much duty is payable. At a port or airport, passengers and their luggage are checked by customs inspectors. In many countries some items such as illegal drugs and weapons, may be confiscated. The customs officer will asked you to open the suitcases you have.

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