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Sat, 22 Feb 2020 12:32 - Updated Sat, 22 Feb 2020 12:32

On-line collection of revenues reaches AKz 6 billion

Luanda - Just over 6.1 billion kwanzas is the volume of revenue collected by the state, in 2019, through the Municipality's Portal, with the issuance of documents online.

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Residence certificate, commercial and work licences are the main documents paid by the citizen via electronic means, which allowed to generate the referred revenue.

Under the supervision of the Ministry of Finance, the electronic tool has been operational for three years (since 2017).

According to the document from the Ministry of Finance that ANGOP had access to this Friday, in 2017, when the services were launched, it was possible to collect Akz 3.8 million through this route.

This amount was exceeded in 2018, with a collection of around 37.2 kwanzas, with the issuance of documents online. Of the six billion kwanzas collected, the province of Luanda appears with 5. 7 billion kwanzas.

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