The main sources of government revenue include tax and non-tax components, grants from foreign governments, multilateral, bi-lateral financial and non-financial institutions.
Tax revenue is generated from taxes on income, profits and capital gains, taxes on goods and services which include value added tax (VAT) and excise duty and taxes on permission to use goods or to perform certain activities for example operating a casino or lottery organizations.
Links to statistics tables (excel) 2006 - 2010
T1: Summary of Central Government Budgetary and Financial Operations, 2006/07 - 2010/11 (billion shillings)
T2: Classification of Revenue 2006/07 – 2010/11 (Million shillings)
T3: Function Classification of Central Government Recurrent Expenditure 2006/07 - 2010/11 (Mill shs)
T4: GDP by economic activity at current prices, bill shillings, calendar years
T5: GDP by economic activity at current prices, billion shillings, fiscal years
T6: Balance of payments statement, calendar years (million US $), 2008–2010
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