The Ministry of Finance announced that the General Administration of Car Customs in Suez finally released, last September, 1,480 owners and transport cars, with a total value of 261 million and 696 thousand pounds, while the total taxes, customs fees, value-added tax, fees and other taxes collected from them amounted to about 67 million and 591 thousand pounds. .
The Finance stated, in a statement today, that this came in the report received by Finance Minister Dr. Mohamed Maait from Al-Shahat Ghaturi, head of the Customs Authority, to review the efforts made by customs officials to overcome obstacles and facilitate customs procedures for the business community, through customs exemptions established for goods imported strategy; Which contributes to improving the performance of work in customs administrations, reducing the time of customs release, meeting the needs of the local market, and contributing to price stability.
She added that the General Administration of Automobile Customs in Suez has released passenger cars, models and models, for personal and commercial use, including 851 cars with special systems, “exemptions for Prime Time Zone with disabilities and arrested”, with a total value of 257 million and 920 thousand pounds.
She pointed out that the taxes and customs fees collected on these cars amounted to 46 million and 243 thousand pounds, while the value-added tax collected on these cars amounted to 19 million and 496 thousand pounds, with a total collected revenues of 65 million and 739 thousand pounds.
She explained that the General Administration of Car Customs in Suez finally released 12 transport vehicles, with a value of 3 million and 775 thousand pounds, during the month of September.
She pointed out that taxes and customs duties were collected on these cars at a value of 1 million and 132 thousand pounds, while the value-added tax amounted to 687 thousand pounds, and the commercial and industrial profits tax amounted to 32 thousand pounds, with a total collected revenue of one million and 851 thousand pounds.
The article “Finance”: Suez Customs released cars worth EGP 261 million last September and was written in Al Borsa newspaper.