[size=36]Customs recover more than 20 billion dinars differences of demarcation of imported cars[/size]
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The General Authority of Customs announced on Sunday, the recovery of more than 20 billion dinars differences of demarcation of imported cars.
"In order to maximize revenue, more than (20) billion dinars have been recovered to the state treasury as fees after the TRA has followed the smugglers to pay customs duties on imported cars," the agency said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
"These amounts were recovered as part of their duties in the subsequent audit of customs transactions to ensure the accuracy and accuracy of the demarcation of goods and imported vehicles."
The Authority explained that "the recovered amounts from (3) customs outlets are the port of Umm Qasr al-Shamali and the port of Safwan and the port of Trebil border, where the total funds returned to the State Treasury (20,450,993,184) billion dinars."
She stressed that it is continuing "to recover all the amounts owed by the evaders of paying customs duties and warns all those who begged himself to tamper with customs transactions with the aim of evasion of fees," explaining that "represent the direction of the Government with full force in the fight against corruption and spoilers."