The General Directorate of Customs (DGA) reported that during January, February, March and April of this year some RD$71,111.65 million were collected, which represents an increase of 32.72% compared to the same period of the previous year.

During the January-April 2021 period, the institution collected some RD$53,579.97 million, while in 2019 revenues amounted to RD$43,511.21 million, which means that in this year (2022) we have grown by 63.43%, compared to the previous year. 2019.

The institution highlighted that this increase is the result of a series of projects that the current administration has been implementing with the aim of optimizing collections, through efficient resource management.

Recently, a mission from the International Monetary Fund congratulated the institution for the transformations that it has been carrying out through its different projects, during a visit to the entity.

In August 2021, the DGA achieved the promulgation of a new Customs Law, which replaced a 68-year-old legislation, in addition, it put into operation the Dispatch project in 24 hours, officially launched the Risk Engine technology platform ” MOR”, implemented the use of x-ray technology for container inspection at HIT Puerto Río Haina and presented the “Exporta +” initiative.

Also, it implemented several improvements in the Single Window for Foreign Trade (VUCE), and increased the certification for Authorized Economic Operator (OEA), aimed at facilitating exports.

The increase in collection is also a sign of the economic dynamism and the increase in commercial activities that the Luis Abinader government has been achieving after the pandemic.


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