Tehran (IP)- Mohammad Rezvani-Far, Deputy Minister of Economy and Head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA), has announced a significant increase in customs revenue. In the first 10 months of the current Iranian year (from March 20, 2024, to January 20, 2024), IRICA's definitive income grew by 45%.

Iran PressIran news:  Speaking to Shada, Rezvani-Far revealed that a total of 157,546 billion tomans were deposited into the treasury during this period, marking a substantial increase compared to the previous year. Import tax revenue alone exceeded 50,579 billion tomans, showing a growth rate of 45%.

Furthermore, customs duties on various imported goods, including cars, and mobile phones above $600, and revenue from 23 other categories, reached 78,510 billion tomans - a remarkable increase of 79% from the previous year.

In addition to these figures, Value Added Tax (VAT) collections also saw a notable uptick. The amount collected reached 79 thousand 35 billion tomans during the same period, reflecting a growth rate of 22%.


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