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CBEC member moves to Customs

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New Delhi , Aug 2

THE Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) may soon have a new member. Mr S.K. Mishra, who was till recently Member (Anti-evasion and Revenue Intelligence) in CBEC, has now moved to the Customs and Excise Settlement Commission as a member, official sources have said.

Sources said Mr S. Chandra, who is currently Chief Commissioner (Excise) from Jaipur, is likely to become a member of the Board.

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