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Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:59 - Updated Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:59

Angola at African congress of environmental tax inspectors

Luanda - A seven-member delegation of the Angolan Environmental inspectors is representing the country at the African Tax Congress, taking place on 20 - 25 August in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Environmental tax inspectors

The event, the first of the kind, is running under the motto "Efficient capacity building and support system for inspectors in Africa," according to a note from the Africa-Angola Tax Association, reached Angop on Tuesday.

The event, the first of the kind, will be held under the motto "Building up an effective capacity and support system for inspectors across Africa. "

The participants will also approach other aspects such as sharing and identifying unique challenges among African tax inspectors and develop solutions to improve the capacity building of inspectors.

Africa-Angola Association of Tax Inspectors is tasked with protecting and restoring Africa's biodiversity as well as the continued conservation of its wild nature for the benefit of present and future generations.

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