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Mumtaz Mirza

industrialization of the country. Students come from the workshops as well as from the offices of industrial and commercial concerns, both government and private, and a practical knowledge of factory equipment is now quite usual. In order to broaden the basis of membership of the Institute, a special category was established known as “General Members.” This ineludes businessmen and professional practicing accountants, prominent educationists, and other people who are interested in the teaching and development of industrial accountancy but who for various reasons cannot

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wages or pensions. Tax base is identical to that of the IRG. Temporary exemptions of 3 to 5 years for new enterprises declared of priority. Partial temporary exemption of 5 years for exporting enterprises. 6% on wages 1% on pensions and annuities. 1.4 Property Tax 1.4.1 Real estate tax 1.4.1.1 Tax on developed property ( Taxefoncière surles propriétés báies ). Allocated in full to local governments. Annual tax on houses, factories, and all developed property, fixed factory equipment, building lots, and land for industrial and commercial

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in full to local governments. Annual tax on houses, factories, and all developed property, fixed factory equipment, building lots, and land for industrial and commercial use. Exemption of property allocated to public service and not generating income, property belonging to the Government, local government, or public institutions and for administrative use. The following are exempted: owner-occupiers with a monthly income of less than twice the minimum wage (SNMG) and whose developed property tax is less than DA 800. From 25% to 40% on rented property 10% on

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profitable segments . The coffee segment shows strong growth potential that could be realized if expanded production is accompanied by actions to promote quality, such as rejuvenating orchards, periodic ratooning, and restructuring and/or modernizing washing facilities through privatization and a niche marketing strategy. Burundi produces premium tea, which should be made more profitable by restructuring the segment, rehabilitating factory equipment, and expanding planted areas. Cotton production is declining, but the government hopes to protect it by restructuring

François Corfmat and Adrien Goorman

Request for authorization supported by project description and list of imported goods to support the project. Commercial Import Declaration Verify conditions for the exemption are met (i.e., importer name, HS description, and quantity). Approval may include: description of imported goods for facility construction; factory equipment; and inputs for the manufacturing process. Conduct on-site visits to confirm imported goods are being used for the intended purpose. Humanitarian aid No (Estimate) Approve the organization eligible to import humanitarian

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/benefits of remaining 98. 6. Vegetable oil factory Equipment sold and land leased for 30 years. Implemented in 1998. The 3 employees were retained by purchaser of equipment. 7. Soap factory Equipment sold but no deal was concluded on leasing the site. Sale of equipment done in 1997. TPO 2/ will take over in handling the fate of the site. 8. The public bakery Equipment was sold and the building and land were rented for other purposes. Sale of equipment finished in 1998, and land leased in 1999. Owner keeps 12 staff and MOF continues to

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Equipment sold and land leased for 30 years. Implemented in 1998. The three employees were retained by purchaser of equipment. 7. Soap Factory Equipment sold but no deal was concluded on leasing the site. Sale of equipment done in 1997. TPO will take over in handling the fate of the site. 8. The Public Bakery Equipment was sold and the building and land were rented for other purposes. Sale of equipment finished in 1998, and land leased in 1999. Owner keeps 12 staff and MOF continues to pay salaries/benefits of remaining 75 employees. 9

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.5% 1.3.1 Real estate tax ( Impôt sur la propriété immobilière ) Allocated in full to local governments. Annual tax on houses, factories, and all developed properties, fixed factory equipment, building lots, and land for industrial and commercial use. Buildings housing diplomatic and consular missions on a reciprocity basis, new constructions (for 7 years), and construction used for the activities of young entrepreneurs (3 to 6 years), and social housing belonging to the public sector. Other property allocated to public service and not generating income, property

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, whether properties and assets are located in Algeria or outside; 20,000,001–30,000,000 1.5% 30,000,001–50,000,000 2.0% >50,000,001 2.5% • are not residents for tax purposes, but have assets or properties located in Algeria. 1.3.1 Real Estate tax ( Impôt sur la propriété immobilieré ) Allocated in full to local governments. Annual tax on houses, factories, and all developed properties, fixed factory equipment, building lots, and land for industrial and commercial use. Buildings housing diplomatic and consular missions