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Nangarhar’s revenue up by 15%

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Nangarhar’s revenue up by 15%

Nangarhar revenue department has recorded a total revenue of 13.3bn in 2015 financial year (between 22 December 2014 to 21 December 2015).

According to the officials, the revenue has increased by 15%.

Revenue department head Mohammad Alam Ishaqzai linked the revenue boost to proper management and capacity development of the department’s officials.

He added that the department had managed to thwart tax evasion of some people in close coordination with security organs.

He hoped that the province’s revenue would increase by 50% if the department was equipped with sophisticated systems.


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