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Iran: Tax Revenues Rise 4% to $7b

About 40% of Iran’s economic players are exempt from paying taxes
Iran: Tax Revenues Rise 4% to $7b Iran: Tax Revenues Rise 4% to $7b

Director of Iranian National Tax Administration Omid Ali Parsa says the government’s tax revenues reached 890 trillion rials ($7.09 billion) during the first eight months of the current Iranian year (started March 21). 
This marks a 4% rise over the same period of last year’s tax earnings, according to data provided by the Central Bank of Iran. 
Tax revenues stood at 855 trillion rials ($6.81 billion) in the eight-month period ending Nov. 21, 2018.
According to a Fars News Agency report, tax revenues during the seven months leading to Oct. 22 stood at 780 trillion rials ($6.21 billion).


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