Economy January 6, 2015 | 8:50 am

Customs projects US$1.9B revenue, pledges cut in red tape

Santo Domingo.- The Customs Agency projects RD$86.9 billion (US$1.9 billion) in revenue this year, as stated in the 2015 Budget.

In a statement, Customs reported accurate and timely import tax collection; progress in international indicators; the consolidation of an increasingly competitive export sector and the productive sectors in general, will still be its targets.

It adds that among its 2015 prospects figure reduced red tape such as the elimination of the Valor Declaration Form, among other measures, “which will allow better international performance indicators, making better business climate in favor of national industries, particularly exporters.”

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