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Licences of 56
Customs brokers, including those of 37 from Delhi, have been suspended since
August 2019 till date, the CBIC said in a statement. The Directorate-General of
Analytics and Risk Management (DGARM) had carried out data analytics of brokers
linked with fraudulent/unscrupulous exporters and the findings have resulted in
the suspension of licences of 56 entities, said a report.
Suspended Customs brokers would not be able to transact business any
Customs brokers would not be able to transact business any more. An alert for
100 per cent examination of all import consignments has been inserted
considering the likelihood of malpractice in imports, as well as by doubtful
Customs brokers, the CBIC added, as per the report.