Egypt: Tax Revenues Hit EGP 121.5 Billion By End of January
7 February 2014
President of the Egyptian Tax Authority Mamdouh Omar has said tax revenues hit EGP 121.5 billion from 1st of July 2013 to the end of January 2014 compared to EGP 110 billion in the same period last year.
In a statement on Thursday 06/02/2014, Omar called on heads of tax offices nationwide to exert further efforts during the coming period to reach target revenues of EGP 325 billion for FY 2013-2014.
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