Kabul Airport Customs Department: In The Last 8 Months, Nearly 430 Million Afghanis Have Been Earned

Date: May 28, 2022, 13:12

The Kabul Airport Authority expects to generate 187 billion afghanis in revenue from customs and other sources by the end of the year.

Kabul Airport Customs Department says that with the new contract of Kabul Airport, the department's revenues from imported goods will increase.

Kabul Airport Customs Department says it has earned about 430 million Afghanis in the last 8 months.

"Contracts have been signed and the country's revenues will increase, and now the only problem is the lack of flights," said Abdul Manan Mukhlis, director of customs at Kabul Airport.

The Ministry of Finance says that Afghanistan derives a large part of its revenues from customs and taxpayers, and the decline in imports of commercial goods has a negative effect on reducing the country's revenues.



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