Raising revenues of cities in Mozambique Insights

11 October, 2019

Land and property-based municipal revenues are a key revenue source that remains to be fully unlocked by municipalities, with tremendous potential to accelerate economic growth and reduce poverty. The Cities and Climate Change Project (3CP) helped change this situation.


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