Parsa, November 4
The revenue collected by the Birgunj Customs Office in the first three months of the current fiscal year exceeded the target.
The Office collected over Rs 43.19 billion in revenue in this period against the target of Rs 37.75 billion.
As told by Office Chief Gopal Khatri, the collection is 13 percent more than the target and 42 percent more than the revenue raised in the corresponding period last fiscal year.
The increment in revenue collection is due to the growth in trade activities taking place via the country’s major customs point, according to the officials.
Published on November 4th, Sunday, 2018 12:51 PM
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