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How the Uganda Revenue Authority is responding to COVID-19 shocks

As the fiscal year comes to an end, it’s been reported that the Uganda Revenue Authority will close it out with a shortfall of around $775.5 million. The body says that the deficit is largely due to the effects of Covid-19, but this isn’t the first time tax revenues have fallen short of expectations. CNBC Africa spoke to the Head of Public and Corporate Affairs for the Uganda Revenue Authority, Vincent Seruma for more.

Fri, 26 Jun 2020 10:10:42 GMT

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