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Tue, 08 Mar 2016 12:36 - Updated Tue, 08 Mar 2016 12:36

Cuando Cubango: Taxes paying campaign underway

Luanda - An awareness campaign to promote payment of taxes, officially open in July 2015 in Luanda, continue Wednesday in the south-east province of Cuando Cubango.

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Promoted by General Tax Department (AGT), the activity is part of training sensitising programme on the importance of paying taxes to ensure the country's development.

The campaign has reached until 1 March 95, 992 adult trainees.

Some 928 presentations have already been performed in 249 schools and other institutions of the provinces.

A total of 1838 teachers/representative of the schools are involved in the activity.

The nationwide campaign, which covered the provinces of Moxico, Uíge, Bengo, Malanje, Cuanza Norte, Benguela, Cuanza Sul, Zaire, Huambo and Cabinda, is being implemented with support of Education ministry.

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