Burma's military government has released about 370 customs department workers detained last year as part of an anti-corruption campaign.
The country began its crackdown on bribery and corruption last May. Authorities sentenced dozens of customs officials to prison terms of up to 66 years - the term received by the chief of the customs department, Director General Khin Maung Lin.
Investigators originally held about 500 customs department employees and interrogated them in a prison near Rangoon.
Corruption and bribery are endemic in Burma, one of the world's poorest countries.