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Customs Appraisement East collects Rs4321m of revenue during 10 days of April

Customs Appraisement East collects Rs4321m of revenue during 10 days of April

KARACHI: The Customs Collectorate, Appraisement East, has earned Rs4321million of customs duty, sales tax, income tax and federal exercise duty during first 10 days of April.

Sources told Customs Today that the Customs Appraisement East received Rs2478million as customs duty, Rs845million of sales tax, Rs714million as income tax and Rs14.25million under the head of federal excise duty during 10 days of April.

If we talk about first 15 days of corresponding month of March, the Customs Collectorate, Appraisement East, has generated Rs6633million under the heads of customs duty, sales tax, income tax and federal exercise duty during first 15 days of March including Rs3452million of customs duty, Rs1628million as sales tax, Rs1447million of income tax and Rs16.58million under the head of federal excise duty during 15 days of March.

In the whole month of March, the Customs Collectorate, Appraisement East, has generated total Rs39billion, Rs120million under the heads of customs duty, sales tax, income tax and federal exercise duty including Rs14billion and Rs225million under the head of custom duty, Rs18billion and Rs835million under the head of sales tax, Rs5billion, Rs114million under the head of income tax and Rs83million of FED.