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Customs earns Rs417.33m CD in November

Customs earns Rs417.33m CD in November

ISLAMABAD: The Model Customs Collectorate of Islamabad earned Rs.417.33 million under head of Customs Duty during the month of November Financial Year 2017-18.

Sources told Customs Today that all customs stations comprises Islamabad Dry port (IDP), Air Freight Unit (AFU), Customs Bond Section, Unaccompanied Baggage (UAB), Accompanies Baggage (AB), International Mail Office (IMO), and Rebate Refund generated the above mentioned amount.

The sources told that that during the above said period the customs stations working under jurisdiction of MCC Islamabad showed good performance, he added that during said period the IDP earned Rs188.38 million under head of CD.

It was informed that during the month of November of Fiscal Year 2017-18 the AFU Islamabad earned Rs.243.85 million under head of CD while the UAB earned revenue in amount of Rs.0.62 million under head of CD during above said period.

The sources notify that the AB sections of MCC Islamabad earned Rs.2.58 million of revenue under head of CD whereas the IMO earned Rs.0.48 million in head of CD as for as the Rebate Refund section paid off 18.58 million to Exporters during initial 27 days of current month of September 2017-18.

The sources told that during said period the MCC Islamabad earned Rs.435.91 million of total gross collection in head of CD while it was earned Rs.417.33 million of total net collection under head of CD during above said period.

Sources told that the Model Customs Collectorate Islamabad was earned Rs.381.77 million gross revenue collection during 27 days of correspondence FY16-17 whereas it was earned Rs.372.43 million under same head during same correspondence FY16-17.