Egypt Revenues Go Up By EGP 35 Billion
4 February 2013
The volume of Egypt's revenues rose by EGP 35 billion reaching EGP 303.6 billion of the Fiscal Year 2011/2012 with 14 per cent increase rate, according to a Finance Ministry's report.
The tax revenues hit around EGP 207 billion with 21.7 per cent increase rate and the customs revenues reached around EGP 14 billion together with other State-owned facilities' revenues that hit more than EGP 80 billion, said the report.
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