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Customs striving for revenue recovery through speedy performance

KARACHI: MCC Appraisement-East, MCC Appraisement-West and MCC Port Muhammad Bin Qasim of Pakistan Customs while following the directives of Chief Collector Appraisement-South Nasir Masroor Ahmed have further hastened their revenue recovery in order to attain maximum revenue by the end of last month of fiscal year 2013-14.

Official sources informed Customs Today that all the three Collectorates have sped up for collecting maximum revenue by the end of the current fiscal year.

Sources added that the authorities concerned of Pakistan Customs were avoiding unnecessary examinations in order to save time and to facilitate the importers and traders as well.

Sources further told this scribe that the Collectorates have taken all options into consideration including bank guarantees, encashment and expedited the auction process for the revenue recovery.

“Special assignments have been given to the officers of Pakistan Customs in order to recover more revenue by the end of current fiscal year,” they added.

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