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Pay property tax by Sept 30 or face penalty: GDT

Publication date 18 September 2023 | 21:32 | ICT

The General Department of Taxation (GDT) has reminded property owners in Phnom Penh and other provinces to settle their property tax and unused land tax for 2023 to avoid a rush before Sept 30, or risk facing a penalty if they fail to do



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