The new trade facilitation tool – the Integrated Customs Management System ICUMS deployed by the government at the ports and frontiers – is said to have generated some GH¢1,929,481,409.5billion as of July 11, 2020 for government since its inception.

Data available to the B&FT from the Ghana Revenue Authority Customs Division confirmed the Board Chairman of Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Professor Stephen Adei, public announced that the system had generated a total revenue of some GH¢1.2billion in June alone.

It is Instructive to note that the Commissioner-General of the GRA, during his press conference last month, pointed out that prior to full switch-over to the new platform, ICUMS, its predecessor – the National Single Window System operated by GcNet in partnership with West Blue Consulting – was generating a monthly average amount of GH¢940million.

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