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CUSTOM-HOUSE. A place appointed by law, in ports of entry, where importers of goods, wares and merchandise are bound to enter the same, in order to pay or secure the duties or customs due to the government.

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Eugene Nizker, Chief Information Officer for Custom House said "VISTA is a world-class solution for online foreign currency payments that is revolutionizing the way businesses handle international payments.
With a user interface that is easy to master, more than 800 international clients of Custom House regularly take advantage of the VISTA software platform to save time and money on foreign exchange transactions.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom House Global Foreign Exchange, the world's largest independent FX company and a premier partner of the PGA TOUR, is hosting clients and guests all this week at the home-grown Bell Canadian Open at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club in Vancouver.
For further information: Don Fenton, Director, Communications, Custom House Global Foreign Exchange, Tel: +1(416)-434-3681
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom House Global Foreign Exchange, the world's largest independent FX company and a premier partner of the PGA TOUR, is hosting clients and guests this week at the prestigious President's Cup in Virginia.
MILAN, Italy, October 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom House Global Foreign Exchange, the largest independent FX company in the world, today announced the launch of Italy's first Italian language online foreign exchange service.
VICTORIA, British Columbia, November 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Ian Taylor, Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing presented the 2nd annual Custom House Global Foreign Exchange 'Player of the Year Award' to star player Matt King in Victoria last night.
Mike and Fred are a winning team and I'm absolutely delighted to welcome them to the Custom House family," said Rao.
Custom House was built in 1907 by the federal government to house the duty collection and border enforcement operations for the port of New York.
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Facilities at the Custom House range from a so-called wet garden around the back, created specially for drinkers who would otherwise hang around in shopping areas, to drug intervention.
Phillip Davies Podmore, 24, of Red Hall Avenue in Connah's Quay, is alleged to have made a hoax bomb call to the Custom House public house at Connah's Quay, on January 31.