September 27, 2022

The tax revenues of native authorities reached 1.3 billion dirhams (MMDH) in January 2022, up 9% in comparison with their degree in January 2021, based on the Common Treasury of the Kingdom (TGR). This improve covers the drop in direct taxes of 23.9% and the rise in oblique taxes of 23.8%, specifies the TGR in its current month-to-month bulletin of native finance statistics (BMSFL), noting that tax revenues have been constituted 87.2% of the general income of native authorities.

Standing at 835 million dirhams (MDH) on the finish of January 2022, distinctive sources are up by 20.5%. This outcomes from the rise within the share of native authorities within the product of worth added tax -VAT- (+145 MDH). 57.1% of native authority income is made up of their share of VAT income.

As for the sources managed by the State on behalf of the native authorities, they decreased by 42.4% to 151 MDH, coming from the discount within the municipal companies tax (-60 MDH), the skilled tax (-47 MDH) and housing tax (-4 MDH).

Sources managed by native authorities amounted to 477 million dirhams on the finish of January 2022, up 30.7%. They consist largely of income from the tax on unbuilt city land (126 MDH), state income (62 MDH), tax on development operations (41 MDH) and the non permanent occupation payment of the communal public area (38 MDH).

The TGR additionally signifies that the evolution of the construction of the sources of the native authorities between the top of January 2021 and the top of January 2022, exhibits a rise within the share of the sources managed by the native authorities and the sources eradicated, mixed with a lower within the a part of the sources managed by the State.

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