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Sat, 10 Oct 2020 10:36 - Updated Sat, 10 Oct 2020 10:37

Online auction yields more than 149 Akz million

Luanda - Over 149.5 million kwanzas was the amount raised for the State coffers, General Tax Administration (AGT) has announced.

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AGT states that the amount is the result of the second public online auction, whose the sale stood at 289 lots of different goods.

The online auction was organized by Third Tax Region (Luanda- Bengo), and was held on September 20.

In its data released on Wednesday and reached Angop, AGT’s mentioned, among the products auctioned, clothing, footwear and accessories, furniture and home and office appliances, toys, electronic and telecommunications equipment, auto and motorized spare parts.

The first online auction of goods took place on July 12 this year, and brought together more than one thousand contributors.

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