Customs RTF earns 510 million rupees revenue in first quarter

Sunday, 12 May 2013 - 12:52



The Sri Lanka Customs Revenue Task Force has earned 510 million rupees in government revenue during the first quarter of the year 2013 by various detections.

Director Customs RTF Mali Piyasena said that the revenue was generated from the detections of illicit cigarettes, birth control drugs, dried sprats, refuse tea, several vehicles imported declared as spare parts and some commercial frauds.

He said this was a record figure reported after he took control of the unit since January this year.



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