KRA would forgo Sh4.25bn if VAT law reviewed, says House report

A protester in Nairobi demonstrates against Value Added Tax on essential commodities PHOEBE OKALL

The Kenya Revenue Authority would forgo revenue of at least Sh4.25 billion if Parliament agrees to remove eight goods and services from the Value Added Tax bracket, the Parliamentary Budget Office has said.

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