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Why Customs Asks For Your PNR Data And How They Are Going To Use It

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By Kaisar Andrabi The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC), under the finance ministry, on August 8 notified the ‘Passenger Name Record Information Regulations, 2022’, directing all international airlines to mandatorily share PNR (passenger name record) details of all passengers with the National Customs Targeting Centre-Passenger (NCTC -P), 24 hours prior to departure of flights. The regulations are aimed at “risk analysis” of passengers to prevent economic and other offenders from fleeing the country, as well as check any illicit trade, such as smuggling. However, tech experts …

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