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Uganda plans to harmonize taxes with Kenya

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The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has called for harmonisation of taxes between Kenya and Uganda to end rampant smuggling.
James Malinzi, the URA boss, said wide tax disparities between the two countries were encouraging smuggling.
Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting in Busia yesterday, Mr Malinzi said Kenyan traders were attracted by lower-priced Ugandan goods.

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