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IOCO issues 50 provisional certificates to importers

KARACHI: The Input-Output Co-efficient Organization (IOCO) has issued around 50 provisional certificates during a month, in which it allows the local importers to import raw material for manufacturing the products of local industries under concessionary regime with relaxation in customs duty related to the SRO 565(I)/2014. A FBR sources informed Customs Today that the list of the importers has yet ... Read More »

Karachi Customs Collectorates collect Rs 49.5 billion revenue in July

KARACHI: The Model Customs Collectorates (MCCs) of Appraisement-East, West and Port Qasim have collected Rs 49.5 billion revenue in first month of current fiscal year. As per details, the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) of Appraisement-East has collected total revenue of Rs 13457 million in the first month of FY2014-15 in share of customs duty, sales tax, income tax and federal ... Read More »

TCS, Smart Zone smuggling scandal: DG I&I pressurized to stay away from case

ISLAMABAD: Director General Customs Intelligence and Investigation (I&I) Lutfullah Virk has ordered Deputy Director Customs Shahid Jan to take strict action as per law against TCS and Smart Zone Company for their alleged involvement in smuggling. As per details, owners of TCS and Smart Zone companies had tried to put pressure on DG I&I through different means but he rejected any ... Read More »

Mobilink served show cause notice for tax evasion

KARACHI: The Collectorate of Customs Adjudication-I has served show cause notice to M/s Pakistan Mobile Communication Limited (Mobilink) for its alleged involvement in mis-declaration and huge evasion of customs duty and other taxes. The company evaded about Rs 6.99 million in share of customs duty, sales tax, additional sales tax, regulatory duty and withholding tax. According to details, the Model ... Read More »

FBR withdrawal of duty on steel sheet plunges fans’ price

PESHAWAR: The prices of electric homemade room coolers and fans in Peshawar dropped after Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has withdrawn 10 percent Customs duty on the import of electrical silicon steel sheet. Afghan refugees who were residing in Peshawar Khyber Pakhtun-khwa have also developed their local industry of electric rooms coolers which were widely popular on low rates as ... Read More »

FBR acting Chairman to visit Karachi Customs House next week

KARACHI: The Federal Board of Revenue acting Chairman Shahid Hussain Asad is likely to visit Karachi Customs House next week. The FBR sources confirmed Customs Today that the acting chairman Shahid Asad would expected to visit customs house next week where he will hold meetings with the Customs officers. It further informed this scribe that the agenda of the meeting ... Read More »

Govt to re-shuffle FBR’s top officials

KARACHI: The federal government has been mulling over to reshuffle the top bureaucracy of Pakistan Customs, Inland Revenue Services (IRS), Regional Tax Offices (RTOs) and Directorate General of Customs Intelligence and Investigation. A source told Customs Today that the changes would be on cards at chief collector, collector and commissioner and director level. He said that the federal government was ... Read More »

Customs seeks court to summon Royal Packages

KARACHI: Model Customs Collectorate of Appraisement-East has requested the Sindh High Court (SHC) to summon M/s Royal Packages (Pvt) Limited for hearing in August. It is pertinent to mention here that the M/s Royal Packages has moved court against the charges of tax evasion in terms of customs duty, sales tax and income tax through claiming of inadmissible benefit of ... Read More »

Senate seeks FIA to report on tax evasion in oil import

ISLAMABAD:Senate Standing Committee on Planning and Development has asked Director General Federal Investigation Agency to submit a report on adulterated oil import and tax evasion during those imports. Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) likely to be given charge of examination of adulterated oil and of investigations in possible tax evasion by oil importers. As per details, Director General FIA would brief ... Read More »

FBR, PTA to keep record of imported mobiles

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue has decided to take necessary steps as per the instructions of honourable Supreme Court in its verdict about illegal import of mobile phones and their use in terrorism activities. As per details, FBR with collaboration of Pakistan Tele-communication Authority (PTA) has decided start to maintain a record of every single mobile phone imported to Pakistan. ... Read More »

Appraisers Association of MCC Appraisement-West meeting today

KARACHI: The Appraisers’ Association of Model Customs Collectorate of Appraisement-West has decided to hold a meeting today, regarding the issue pertaining to register FIRs against eight appraisers of Group-I and Group-IV in their alleged involvement in malpractices and using unfair means in clearing the consignments. The sources in MCC-Appraisement-West on condition of anonymity informed Customs Today that the appraisers association ... Read More »

Multan Customs I&I seizes smuggled cloth

MULTAN: Multan Customs Intelligence and Investigation (I&I) has seized two trucks loaded with imported cloth near Khanewal toll plaza here on the other day. As per details, Haji Sadiq Achakzai was attempting to smuggle two trucks loaded with imported cloths. Additional Director Customs I&I Nisar Ahmad on tip of informer has taken action and with his special team members Sheikh ... Read More »

DTRE scheme: Customs to recover millions from Lucky Cement

KARACHI: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has asked Pakistan Customs to recover tax worth millions of rupees from M/s Lucky Cement Limited as company found guilty of tax evasion in duty and tax remission for exports (DTRE) research report. The sources informed Customs Today that the FBR authorities during the DTRE research study had observed that facility granted to ... Read More »

Eid holidays: Exchequer likely to suffer Rs25-30b loss

ISLAMABAD: National exchequer may suffer Rs25-30 billion loss due to long holidays of Eid-ul-Fitr. Due to which revenue target of the first month of FY2014-15 could not be achieved. Acting FBR Chairman Shahid Hussain Asad told Customs Today that closure of businesses during Eid holidays will certainly affect the revenue collection. “At least Rs 6 billion revenue is being collected ... Read More »

Tahirul Qadri tax evasion: FBR to unfold investigations soon

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue reportedly completed investigations into Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri’s Rs 770 million tax evasion and decision will soon be publicized. As per details, FBR has issued orders of a legal proceeding against PAT chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri and his organization after completing investigations of tax evasion. FBR source told Customs Today that ... Read More »

Customs denies smuggling under ‘official patronage’

HYDERABAD: The Model Customs House Jacobabad has denied the news item regarding “smuggling of contraband under official patronage” published in a section of english press. In a press release issued by the Customs House Jacobabad clarified that Customs staff at Jacobabad check-post were not involved in any kind of smuggling as per the strict instructions from FBR Member (Customs) and ... Read More »