The revenue from excise duties, VAT and customs duties collected from the beginning of the year until end-May 2010 amounts to 2,277.6 million leva or 85.1 per cent of the planned for the period, Customs Agency Director Vanyo Tanov told journalists Monday.
Compared to the same period of 2009 collectibility has dropped by 7.2 per cent.
Revenue from excise duties from the beginning of the year stands at 1,179.0 million leva, which is 73.5 per cent of the planned for the period revenue. The year-on-year drop in this case is 19 per cent.
Revenue from VAT imports stands at 1,052.3 million leva instead of the planned 1,018 million leva, or a 12.2 per cent rise year-on-year, Tanov said. Revenue from customs duties stands at 44 million leva instead of the planned 55.6 million leva for the first five months of the year. This amounts to 79.2 per cent execution of planned revenue under this item or a 25.1 per cent decline compared to the same period in 2009.
In May 2010 revenue from excise duty, VAT from imports and customs duties totalled 537.9 million leva instead of the planned 610.2 million leva - a 9.0 per cent decline year-on-year.
The revenue expected from excise duty, VAT from imports and customs duties for the entire 2010 amounts to 6,390 - 6,600 million leva, including a total of 3,800 - 3,900 million leva from excise duty, 90 - 100 million leva from customs duties and 2,500 - 2,600 million leva from VAT from imports.