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Revenue generated by the government in Kuwait in 2015/2016, by type (in million Kuwaiti dinars)*

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Government revenues of Kuwait by type 2015-2016 This statistic shows the government revenues generated by Kuwait for the tax period between 2015 and 2016, by type. During this tax period, the oil revenue in Kuwait was about approximately 29 million Kuwaiti dinars.
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This statistic shows the government revenues generated by Kuwait for the tax period between 2015 and 2016, by type. During this tax period, the oil revenue in Kuwait was about approximately 29 million Kuwaiti dinars.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
Kuwait
Survey time period
2015/2016
Supplementary notes
Note: source did not provide a publication date. The date used here represent the last update of the website.

* Applies to the tax period from June of one year to the next.

Note: 1 K.D. (Kuwaiti dinar) equals approximately 3.3 U.S. dollars or 2.8 euros (as of June 2018).

Figures have been added and rounded for better understanding.

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