Lithuania's state and municipal budgets received 8.817 billion euros in revenue in January-October, 2.3 percent, or 195.9 million euros, more than it was planned, the Finance Ministry said.
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The state budget's revenue stood at 7.196 billion euros, which was 1 percent, or 74.2 million euros, more than planned.

The state budget's tax revenue stood at 6.63 billion euros, or 0.4 percent (23.4 million euros), more than it was planned.

VAT revenue stood at 3.164 billion euros, which was 2.2 percent (71.3 million euros) less than estimated.

1.244 billion euros was collected for all excise goods, 0.8 percent (10.6 million euros) less than planned.

Corporate tax revenue stood at 609.4 million euros, 3.4 percent (20.3 million euros) more than planned.

The state and municipal budget's residential income tax revenue amounted to 2.714 billion euros, 4.6 percent (119.5 million euros) more than planned.

The 2019 revenue, excluding EU funds, is expected to stand at 8.668 billion euros, and 10.59 billion euros, including EU funds.

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