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Sun, 20 Sep 2020 11:35 - Updated Sun, 20 Sep 2020 11:35

AGT holds online auction Sunday

Luanda - At least 289 lots of goods go on sale this Sunday, starting at 9am (Angolan time), at a public auction by the General Tax Administration (AGT).

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This is the second online auction of several goods put up for public auction, by AGT, which is expected to raise 166.9 million Kwanzas for the state.

However, according to the forecasts of this tax company, the value may increase or decrease, depending on the bids to be made.

The goods are concentrated in the Talatona Logistics and Customs Centre of Kilometre 33, in Viana, where they were mostly brought in 2013, without any complaints from their owners until the last notices issued by AGT.

They include household appliances and telecommunications equipment (11 lots), containerized means (50 lots), furniture and household utensils (55 lots), and car parts and miscellaneous (38 lots).

The auction also includes clothing, footwear and accessories (37 lots), in addition to another 20 lots, whose goods was not specified.

For the auction, only those interested who have registered in AGT's Taxpayer Portal, may participate. The tax technicians and freight forwarders will not be allowed.

In this way, those interested in the goods can access the address https//:, to make them viable and compete.

For those who bet on the goods in containers, they will have to buy them in full, according to AGT.

The online square closes at 8pm this Sunday, less hours than the first auction held on 12 July this year (it was almost 24 hours).

At that auction, AGT raised 71 million kwanzas, out of the 29 million expected, with the sale of 139 lots of various goods.

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