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Replay – A Conversation with Gwendoline Abunaw

By |2021-06-07T11:46:54+00:00June 7th, 2021|Categories: actions, Videos|Tags: |

In this conversation with Gwendoline Abunaw, Managing director of Ecobank Cameroun, we examined how the post pandemic world is transforming economies and societies across Sub-Saharan Africa and what the continent must do in order to thrive in the post-COVID world.

The Declaration and Payment of Taxes in Cameroon: A Critical Appraisal

By |2021-05-27T16:09:59+00:00May 27th, 2021|Categories: Publications, Reports|Tags: , |

In Cameroon, taxes and duties payable are grouped around direct taxes, indirect taxes and local taxes, and para fiscal taxes. The tax legislation distinguishes three tax regimes depending on the turnover, size, and legal form of the company.

Should We Consider A Post-Covid-19 Reform Of The VAT In Cameroon?

By |2021-05-25T16:20:13+00:00May 25th, 2021|Categories: Lettre De Politique Fiscale, Publications|Tags: , |

FISCAL POLICY LETTER  No4 - The importance of VAT in tax revenue mobilization requires an examination of the Cameroonian tax system, particularly the factors that could explain a reform of the tax. Moreover, given that Cameroon is at high risk of external debt distress

An Analysis of the Effects of Oil Price Fluctuations on the Conduct of Monetary Policy in the Economic

By |2021-05-10T15:31:49+00:00May 10th, 2021|Categories: Monetary Policy Report, Publications|Tags: , , |

MONETARY POLICY REPORTS 002 - In several of these countries, the situation of the oil market largely explains the inflationary pressures that are generally observed.

Barriers To Formalization Of Businesses In Cameroon: High Tax Rates

By |2021-04-29T10:05:19+00:00April 28th, 2021|Categories: Lettre De Politique Fiscale, Monetary Policy Report, Publications|Tags: , |

FISCAL POLICY LETTER No3 - To reduce the tax burden on SMEs, which discourages formal private investment and consequently growth in Cameroon, we recommend that the authorities use non-tax revenue mechanisms to finance public goods and services.

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