Document Registration Agency Bags 522m Br

Aug 29 , 2020


The Document Authentication Registration Agency (DARA) generated 522 million Br in revenues during the last fiscal year. The revenues were generated through the Agency servicing 826,629 documents. For the year, the Agency planned to generate 520 million Br. Compared to the previous fiscal year, this year's income has increased by 148.6 million Br. During the budget year, the Agency served 1.5 million customers, an increase of 14,853 compared to the previous year. For the current fiscal year, the Agency, which operates with 15 branches throughout the capital, intended to generate 550 million Br. It also planned to authenticate and register 909,292 cases.


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