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Customs Quetta reimburses Rs104m refund claims during seven months

Customs Quetta reimburses Rs104m refund claims during seven months

QUETTA: The Model Customs Collectorate Quetta paid off Rs104million as refund claims under the head of CD during the first seven months FY17-18.

According to details given by Ashraf Ali, Collector, Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Quetta, that, during above said period, the collectorate accommodated the business community well as it compensated exporters with an amount of Rs5029.831million during first seven months FY17-18.

Explaining the month-wise details, he said that, during the month of January 2017-18, the Collectorate of Quetta reimbursed Rs5.171million to the exporters under the head of CD while it did Rs8.474million of rebate refunds during the month of December FY17-18.

He told CT that, during the month of November FY17-18, the collectorate paid rebates of Rs6.247million as CD while the MCCQ reimbursed Rs29.902million under the head of CD. The Rebate Section of the MCCQ paid Rs11.894million rebate refunds during the month of September FY17-18 under the same head.

Ashraf Ali further told CT that, during the month of August FY17-18, the collectorate paid nil rebate whereas the collectorate reimbursed Rs42.177million of CD during the month of July FY17-18.

He assured the businessmen of CD’s refund payments during third quarter (January to March) so as to facilitate them to run their business smoothly.