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Comoros customs: revenues for the first half of 2019

The Central Revenue Department has published the results for the first half of 2019. The financial statements of the first half of 2019 show nine billion seven hundred and ten million francs (9 billion, 710 million KMF) with a realization of 83.12% compared to the objectives fixed by the ministry of Finance , Budget et Banking sector excluding taxes on petroleum products and ordinary rice....Read more...

Cyclone Kenneth: An IMF mission in Moroni to assess the needs of the public and private sector

A delegation from the geographical department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) came in Comoros since Monday, June 10 for a mission to assess the consequences of hurricane Kenneth on the country. An emergency assistance plan for the Union of Comoros will then be developed under a so-called Credit Facility program. "We are here to witness, listen to everyone, support the government's efforts after Kenneth's passage," said the chief of mission, David Owen, Deputy Director of the Africa Department yesterday....Read more...

Meeting between the Directorate General of Customs and the mission of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

The General Directorate of Customs met a mission of the Union of Universal Posts on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 in the presence of the heads of the postal company of Comoros. The discussions focused on the electronic exchange of information between Comoros Customs and Comoros National Society ....Read more...

Trade Facilitation: Comoros customs trains its officers on the Revised Kyoto Convention.

Sessions of explanation to the agents of the customs began since Monday, April 16th in the various customs centers of the country. The Revised Kyoto Convention (RKC), adopted in 1999 and brought into force in 2006, contains provisions and dozens of harmonized standards, which aims to simplify customs procedures in Africa and around the world. Comoros is in the process of adapting the provisions of the CKR to the relevant national legislation and will deposit the instrument of accession next June at the headquarters of the World Customs Organization (WCO) ....Read more...

Comoros Customs: another record of the first quarter of 2019 .

The Central Revenue Department announced the record figure of 4 billion 665 million kmf for the first quarter of 2019.

Recall: for the year 2018, the General Administration of Customs exceeded the objectives assigned by the Minister of Finance and Budget, with a rate of 104%; an amount of 21 billion 698 million, excluding single taxes on petroleum products and ordinary rice....Read more...

ComorosCustoms celebrated the International Women’s dayon 9thMarch 2019 at the Retaj Moroni Hotel.

Comoros customs had celebrated International Women's Day, for the first time and the ceremony was honored by the participation of the Director General of Customs, Mr. SOUEF KAMALIDINI....Read more...




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