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Parliament to decide on e-levy today

Parliament will today consider the revenue mobilisation measures central to the operation of the 2022 budget, a key focus is the introduction of the 1.75% Electronic Transfer Levy also known as E-Levy.

The Minority and the Majority are sharply divided over the levy and its implications for financial inclusion and the cash-lite society agenda.

The Minority has said it will do all it can to ensure that the bill does not see the light of day insisting it is not in the best interest of Ghanaians.

However, the Majority has maintained that the levy will help the government raise the needed revenue to meet the infrastructural demands of the country.

Source: CNR

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