The Sudanese Government abolishes the production tax on local production

The Sudanese Customs Authority issued a decision to abolish the production tax for local goods which was added in 2021.

The Federation of Industrial Chambers confirmed that the customs authority abolished the production tax it imposed last year and withdrew all officers from factories after a press conference held two days ago.

The Federation stressed that the decision was in the interest of the nation and the citizen and would be reflected positively on domestic goods, calling on the State to take further decisions that served the industry and to pay attention to them because they played a significant role in the country’s development and food security stability.

The Customs’ decision made clear that it encouraged and protected local industries and encouraged investment.

Local goods exempt from the production tax included water cannons, pipes, tanks, tanks, doors, windows, slabs and tiles for plastic roofs, clear plastic, household utensils, plastic furniture, carriage oils of its kind, soap of its kind, ceramics and marble, as well as foodstuffs.

Dr. Bashir Al Taher Bashir, Head of Customs, Directorate General of Customs Operations and Production Tax Service directed the implementation of the decision from the date of its issuance and the collection of taxes due prior to the date of the decision.

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