The abuse of illicit drugs is a global phenomenon. Read More
The geographical location of the Pacific Islands has made them a target either as transit points . Read More
The Lautoka Customs Intelligence Unit (LCIU) has organised a community awareness program in the western division.Read More
Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority wishes to inform the general public to be more vigilant when buying imported used vehicles.Read More.
All tax cases will now be fast tracked after the appointment of Honorable Justice Chandrasiri Kotigalage as the Tax Judge of the High Court. Read More.
THE Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority is looking at reforming and improving processes and procedures at our ports, which should in turn greatly improve the country’s export and import business as well as improve services to visitors. Read More.
The Fiji Revenue & Customs Authority (FRCA) has yet again recorded another solid revenue performance with outstanding tax collection for the year 2012. “FRCA has recorded a total revenue collection of $1.735b in the year 2012,” said Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Jitoko Tikolevu.
The theme for 2013 International Customs Day “Innovation for customs progress” is a reminder to all customs stakeholders of the challenges faced in our borders and how we can progress towards overcoming these obstacles through the use of innovative ideas and developments.
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority is expanding its services and today opened a new office in Sigatoka.
The Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority (FRCA) today officially opened its Rakiraki office as part of the Authority’s continued geographic expansion initiative to increase its presence in smaller towns.