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MOSCOW, January 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s customs agencies in 2013 ensured revenue to the RF federal budget worth 6564.56 billion roubles, exceeding the plan by 1.6 percent, the Federal Customs Service (FCS) has reported.
In 2013, the projected amount of federal budget revenue, administered by the customs bodies, was set at 6460 billion roubles.
On the average, every Russian customs officer in 2013 ensured the budget revenue worth in excess of 130 million roubles.
In 2012, Russia’s FCS ensured the federal budget revenue from customs and other payments in the amount of 6581.04 billion roubles.
For the fulfilment of the budgetary assignment, the FCS in 2013 carried out system-based targeted work to improve the customs administration, develop information technology, optimise the risk management system, use goods control forms in combination with law enforcement activity. Effective administration also contributed to the collection of customs payments.