Ce deuxième numéro de la Lettre de politique fiscale présente l’urgence de réussir la transition fiscale au Cameroun. Il met en évidence quelques bonnes pratiques fiscales en Afrique subsaharienne qui pourraient inspirer le Cameroun dans la décennie 2020-2030.
This second issue of the Tax Policy Letter presents the urgency of successful tax transition in Cameroon. As such, it highlights some acceptable tax practices in Sub-Saharan Africa that could inspire Cameroon in the 2020 to 2030 decade.
Building And Strengthening Public Trust In Government Policy Decisions And Institutions To Effectively Tackle Covid-19 In Cameroon
One of the challenges faced by the government is the decline of public trust in government’s policy decisions and institutions, which if not given sufficient attention may compromise all the efforts and resources already galvanize for this battle against COVID-19.
One of the most widely accepted reason accounting for the low number of COVID 19 cases observed in the African continent is the youthful nature of the population inhabiting the continent. As shown in Figure 3, the population pyramid for Africa suggests that only about 3.5% of Africans
The Proliferation Of Informal Housing In Major Cities In Cameroon: Evidence, Drivers And The Way Forward
The proliferation of informal settlements in Cameroon is problematic. A range of factors explain why this is becoming recurrent. Some of these factors include a deficit of housing supply, unaffordability issues, critical market factors, weak legal and institutional systems,