Dubai's ePay collected Dh4.3bn in 2012
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, February 06 - 2013 at 05:44
Dubai's eGovernment Department has said the emirate's e-Pay portal has registered transactions collecting Dhs4.3bn ($1.17bn) through internet payments in 2012, compared with Dhs3.8bn collected in the previous year, Khaleej Times has reported. The number of transactions rose by 15% to 3,322,278, from 2,883,396 transactions registered in 2011. Dubai Customs, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Department of Economic Development and Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) were the top five government entities respectively in terms of the electronically collected amounts, while DHA, Dewa, Dubai Customs, RTA and Dubai Police were the top five government entities respectively in terms of the number of transactions achieved, the data showed.
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