The meeting concluded an agreement to review contracting procedures related to the electronic tracking system.’’
On 9 March, the Customs Authority had circulated a letter to all concerned entities that the ECTN system is to continue in operation.
The news come despite protests by the Chamber of Commerce, Maritime Chamber and businesses. It also continues despite the Audit Bureau instigating an investigation into the controversial contract for the ECTN service with Turkish company SCK.
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