Minister of Finance Minister of Finance, Dr. Mohamed Maait, reviewed the efforts made by customs officials to overcome obstacles and facilitate customs procedures for the business community, This is done through customs exemptions on imported strategic goods. To help improve the performance of work in customs administrations, reduce the time of customs release, meet the needs of the local market, and contribute to price stability. The Minister received a report from Shahat Ghaturi, Head of the Customs Authority, in which he indicated that 9 thousand and were released. A customs certificate received at the \u201cDekheila\u201d and \u201cDamietta\u201d customs, for various types of strategic goods and general merchandise such as: \u201cwheat, rice, sugar, legumes, corn, air-conditioning components, refrigerators, fans, fabrics, and timber.\u201d , threads, fodder, motorcycle spare parts, and cars", during the month of January. The report added that the total taxes and customs fees collected for the import certificates at the \u201cDekheila\u201d and \u201cDamietta\u201d customs amounted to 725 One million and 725 thousands of pounds, while the total value-added taxes and other fees collected for these The certificates are about 2 billion and 426 million and 725 Thousand pounds. The report indicated that the General Administration of the exported customs of \u201cDekheila\u201d and \u201cDamietta\u201d, included 4 thousand and exports. A customs declaration during the month of January, most of its types of strategic goods and general merchandise such as: \u201caluminum, foodstuffs, stainless steel, marble, and sand\u201d, with a total value of 9 billion and 426 million and thousand pounds, while the collected export fees amounted to about Million and 3181 Thousands of pounds. The report indicated that the total taxes, customs duties, taxes and other fees collected at Dekheila and Damietta customs during the month of January amounted to about 3 billion Million and 725 Thousand pounds.