Board of Customs Brokers

History

On July 1, 1957, the Board of Customs Brokers was created, pursuant to Part I of Title VIII of Republic Act No. 1937 also known as the “Tariff and Customs Code.” The Board was then composed of three members, with the Commissioner of Customs as the ex-officio Chairman. On October 27, 1972, the law was amended by Presidential Decree No. 34, amending the qualifications for admission to the customs brokers examination. The number of Board members was likewise increased from three to five with the Commissioner of Customs as Chairman, the Tariff Commissioner as an ex-officio




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