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Jonglei calls for businesses to register with the government

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November 11, 2012 (BOR) - Jonglei State’s Directorate of Commerce and Supply, has asked the businesses operating in Bor to attain the necessary legal registration with the government.

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Konyo-Konyo market, Juba, South Sudan (AFP/Getty)

The director of commerce and supply, Kuol Monykuch, made the public announcement on Friday, informing companies that they needed to obtain trading licenses from the government to operate in the state for the 2012-2013 period.

According to Monykuch, airways, bus companies, money transferrers, and fuel depots are among those asked to register.

Some law firms were also asked to either register for licenses or to have their licenses renewed.

Monykuch said all the business which plan to enter for registration with the state government should do it within the month of November, warning that "failure to do so will lead to termination of the company from operation."

He added that retailers and wholesalers were under the responsibility of the county authority, and that their registration will be monitored by the county concerned.

The state government in the captial, Bor, are sharing the process of registiring largescale businesses with the county authorities. Smaller businesses will be regisitered by county authorities.

Many businesses in Bor are operating without licenses from the state government according to the Monykuch.

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  • 12 November 2012 08:07, by Loko El Pollo

    Good for our state revenues,but remember not to overcharge big businesses or bully them with licensing loop-holes.fair deals are good for goverments and the aformentioned companies.

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  • 12 November 2012 08:46, by Foxtail

    Never miss-use our states’ name for the seek of one county-that’s Bor county. I think, we have no assembly in Jongolei state. and if atall we have , ti’s just a disgrace to us.
    how can one county manipulate all the other counties for that long? the question of demolishing Market during the rainny season is not answered up to now? I don’t believe in any develop initiated by State authority in Jong

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    • 12 November 2012 10:32, by Dinkawarrior

      Foxtail!
      Please don’t runs your mouth for nothing, if you don’t want to be manipulated in Bor county then you’re free to go and operated in your county. Whoever chosen to be performing a business in the Capital is entitled to pay taxes for county, state, and for the whole country. What we don’t like to see or hear is to not overcharging the small business owners or general public businesses.

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    • 12 November 2012 10:59, by Loko El Pollo

      FOXASS,PLEASE YOU HAVE TO USE YOUR BRAIN WHEN COMMENTING,BY THE WAY YOU HAD ME BELIEVED FROM RUDE LANGUAGE HERE. THAT YOU ME BE FROM LAKE FOREST.HOW DO YOU CAME UP WITH POOR CLAIM THAT BOR COUNTY IS MANUPOLATING EVERYTHINGS AND THEY ARE THE POOREST IN BORTOWN ACCORDING TO THE SURVEY.

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  • 12 November 2012 13:07, by Foxtail

    you two guys are blind, deaf and tribalists. demolishing marol market, according to you was a development? corrupt allottment of land and illegal resell of poeple’s land is what you regard something lawful? guys watch out or I could call you spaced out. look at this 13-0-12, you’re talking blindly, never tell anyone to quit this area otherwise, you may get it wrong!

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  • 13 November 2012 15:24, by Michael Anyong

    Monykuch, first of all don’t allow any Director to have business license or Trading license and your registration will be dishonest and thank

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