General Statistics Office announces revenue and expenditure for first eight months of the year.
State Budget revenue as at August 15 was estimated at $25.72 billion, or 63.5 per cent of the annual plan, according to the General Statistics Office.
Revenue from the domestic sector stood at $19.1 billion, or 67.2 per cent the annual plan, of which revenue from State-owned enterprises was $6.06 billion, representing 61.7 per cent of the plan, while revenue from foreign-invested enterprises (excluding crude oil) was $3.82 billion, or 60.2 per cent of the plan.
Crude oil revenue reached $1.99 billion, or 48.2 per cent of the annual plan, and exports and imports $4.51 billion, or 58 per cent of the annual plan.
Taxes on industry, trade and non-State services totaled $3.56 billion (67 per cent of the plan), with personal income tax at $1.64 billion (71.9 per cent), land use fees $1.57 billion (90.2 per cent), and environmental protection fees $524.86 million (91.5 per cent).
Total budget expenditure as at August 15 was estimated at $30.73 billion, or 60.2 per cent of the annual plan.
Investment and development expenditure was $4.75 billion, or 54.7 per cent of the plan, with capital construction expenditure being $4.61 billion, or 54.4 per cent. Expenditure on the development of the socio-economy, defense, security, and the management of the State and the Party totaled $21.26 billion, or 62.3 per cent. Debt and aid repayments were $4.47 billion, or 67 per cent.