The revenues of the Cape Verdean state increased 58.9% in January, year-on-year, to more than €38.9 million, according to the summary report of the budget execution.
According to the document, this performance results from increased tax collection (53.8% compared to the same month in 2022) and donations received.
In the report, provisional, the Ministry of Finance of Cape Verde also said that total expenditures in January increased 10.3% compared to a year earlier, to €37.5 million.
The Cape Verdean state thus collected in January 6.7% of the €582 million of revenues budgeted . . .
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