- customs clearance
- when customs officials agree to allow goods entering or leaving the country to continue on their journey after all the necessary checks have been made:
• We still need to go through passport control, claim our baggage and obtain customs clearance.
* * *customs clearance UK US noun [U] TAX, COMMERCE► official permission to bring goods into or take goods out of a country: »
An importer can file documents 30 days in advance of the expected date of arrival of a vessel, which facilitates customs clearance.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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