South Sudan gets revenue body

Posted: September 5, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

Monday, 05 September 2011 08:42 Eriosi Nantaba

Kampala, Uganda -South Sudan has finalized the process of creating a revenue authority that will manage tax collections in the newly formed state.
The initiative was announced during the graduation ceremony of 40 Sudanese in Tax Administration and Policy in Kampala recently.
Nationals from Sudan received accreditation after a three and a half months training in Uganda.
The training was funded by the World Bank and the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) in a bid to help the economy develop under a memorandum of association that was signed by the government of Uganda and that of southern Sudan.
While addressing the graduands, the manager human resource development at URA, Mrs. Janet Luzinda said the training was undertaken to equip trainees with skills of managing tax issues especially domestic taxes.

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