customs clearance

/'kʌstəmz ˌklɪərəns/ noun
1. the act of passing goods through customs so that they can enter or leave the country
2. a document given by customs to a shipper to show that customs duty has been paid and the goods can be shipped
to wait for customs clearance

Marketing dictionary in english. 2015.

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