Posted at: 5:01 pm, 26th Jul 2016
. SMN . Joined: 6th January 2013. Thanked 83 times.
I think that can be controlled by a cashless payment system. Our technology and IT infrastructure has reasonably matured to be able to easily control this now. With cameras and social media also, sting operations can be easily carried out to expose offenders.
Bros, you are assuming too much honesty and patriotism for the average importer.
Bra Wanaj and myself were speaking from experience:cool: Apart from collusion with the customs at official borders, the "unofficial" entry points will surely witness more traffic. Take the case of rice for instance where Benin Republic officially recorded large volumes of parboiled rice imports well above their consumption...even though they traditionally consume paddy rice:eek:
Why do you think this economy has had distortions since after the civil war? It"s because a growing number of citizens never respected the laws of the land, hence a lot of cutting corners,.....just to be rich,:mad:......money matters either by crook or hook:o