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  • Thu, 08 Feb 2018 17:06

    Tax Office collects over three billion Kwanzas

    Uíge - At least 3.5 billion Kwanzas were collected in 2017 by the Tax Office of Uíge, assigned to the second Tributary Region, surpassing 2 billion Kwanzas in 2016, head of the Office, Fineza Dombaxe, told ANGOP on Wednesday.

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  • Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:37

    AGT holds taxpayer registration campaign

    Lubango - A campaign to convert informal economic agents into formal economic agents started Wednesday in Lubango municipality, promoted by the General Tax Administration, to broaden the taxpayer base and increase revenues.

  • Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:22

    Government announces heavier taxes on luxury goods

    Luanda - The Government is seeking to increase State’s revenues soon through aggravated taxes on such goods as alcoholic drinks, night clubs, gambling and other luxury items.

  • Thu, 28 Sep 2017 18:50

    Huíla: CFM yields over AKz 140 million

    Lubango - At least AKz 145 million is the amount collected last year by the Moçâmedes Railroad (CFM), with transport of several cargo and passengers, said Thursday the company's CEO in Lubango, southern Huila province.

  • Fri, 22 Sep 2017 07:32

    Ornamental stones exploration increases in Huíla

    Lubango - At least 20.694 cubic meters of crushed stone and 1.855 of sand for the construction industry were produced in Lubango over the last six months by companies dedicated to this purpose.

  • Tue, 05 Sep 2017 07:40

    Cunene: Finance sector reaps over seven billion kwanza in seven months

    Ondjiva - At least 7.44 billion Kwanza were collected from January to July this year by the finance delegation in the southern Cunene province, Angop learnt on Monday from delegate of the institution, César Lucas.

  • Tue, 02 May 2017 18:46

    CMF Lubango / Namibe route top profits

    Lubango - The railway route between the cities of Lubango and Namibe is the most profitable of the Moçâmedes Railway (CFM), despite having a weekly frequency, unlike the ten between Huila capital city and Menongue, at southern Cuando Cubango, said the financial administrator of the railway company, António Conceição.

  • Mon, 10 Apr 2017 11:03

    Disorganised firms run high fiscal risk

    Luanda - Firms in Angola need to significantly improve their levels of organisation and compliance, with a view to avoiding high taxations on them, said last Friday, in Luanda, a specialist from the KPMG consultancy company.

  • Thu, 22 Dec 2016 16:15

    Uíge bets on attracting investments to raise more revenues

    Uíge - The attraction of investments to improve the collection of revenues will be the main bets of the Provincial Government of Uíge in the economic exercise of 2017, said Thursday, the governor Paulo Pombolo.