Cabinet approved a plan to renovate the facilities of the country's main export checkpoints, ensuring that they meet international standards with modern technology and testing laboratories. The renovated facilities will help to generate proper tax revenue by improving resources and processes for checking on the quality, components, and quantities of exported and imported products. The new technology will be introduced in stages, starting with updated X-ray technology to identify Illegal goods and to determine the quality and components of products crossing the border. Officials stated that these changes could prevent custom violations, such as concealed products, false customs declarations, and misleading statements about coal quality.
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