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Thu, 04 Jan 2018 18:43 - Updated Thu, 04 Jan 2018 18:43

Tax revenues drop to over AKZ 150 million in Saurimo

Saurimo - Over 3.6 billionn were collected in 2017 by the tax office of Saurimo, eastern Lunda Sul province registering a decrease of 150.6 million kwanzas compared to 2016.

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Lunda Sul: Inácio Morão, Director of seventh tax region

Photo: David Dias

Speaking to Angop  Thursday, the regional director of the General Tax Administration (AGT), Inácio Morão, said that the fact that this drop was registered due to the financial crisis, and did not allow many contributors to honor the commitments.

Revenues resulted from taxes on labor income (IRT), industrial, IPU, stamp and consumption tax on telecommunications services.

He stressed the services sector as one that mostly contributed to the collection of revenues at the level of the Tax Office of Saurimo.

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