Manager arrested for failing to declare 118m3 of lumber for export to Vietnam

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January 20, 2020 - Bengo, Angola

Police arrested the manager of a company for allegedly failing to declare the full volume of lumber he was exporting to Vietnam. The man declared only 157 cubic meters of lumber instead of the 275m3 he was ready to export. The lumber was intended to be exported from the Maria Teresa Customs Warehouse in Bengo Province.

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