FISCAL POLICY LETTER No5 - The Cameroonian financial landscape comprises a set of actors, some of whom have divergent interests. These are credit institutions – banks, financial institutions, and microfinance institutions – insurance companies
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
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.
FISCAL POLICY LETTER No2 - 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.
FISCAL POLICY LETTER No1 - While the social costs leave little to be desired, the pandemic equally took a toll on a majority of sectors across the economy, impacting wages, consumer spending, and profitability for businesses...