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State budget collection tops $9.3 billion in two months

Update: March, 02/2020 - 15:17

 

In domestic budget collection, VNĐ21.3 trillion was from State-owned enterprises, VNĐ36.5 trillion from foreign-invested firms, exclusive of crude oil, VNĐ42 trillion from industry and trade taxes and non-State services, and VNĐ15.3 trillion from individual income tax. — Photo petrotimes.vn

HÀ NỘI — Total State budget collection was estimated at VNĐ214.2 trillion (US$9.31 billion) in the first two months of this year, or 14.2 per cent of the yearly estimate, reported the General Statistics Office on February 29. 

Of the figure, VNĐ179.8 trillion was domestic revenue, VNĐ8.6 trillion came from crude oil, and VNĐ25.9 trillion from exports-imports. 

In domestic budget collection, VNĐ21.3 trillion was from State-owned enterprises, VNĐ36.5 trillion from foreign-invested firms, exclusive of crude oil, VNĐ42 trillion from industry and trade taxes and non-State services, and VNĐ15.3 trillion from individual income tax. 

In the same period, total State expenditures stood at VNĐ145 trillion, or 8.3 per cent of the estimate. Of which, VNĐ116.1 trillion was regular spending, VNĐ7.4 trillion for development investment, and VNĐ21.4 trillion for debt interest payment. — VNS

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