The Government of Ethiopia has began selling its gas produce in the local market. During the first six months of Ethiopia’s current fiscal calendar which started July 8, 2019, the country has used about 1,650 barrels of crude oil produced locally.
Focusing on how African countries boost their local revenue in today’s digital economy, experts from across the globe gathered in Nairobi, Kenya for the 7th Pan African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows and Taxation.
By Tesfu Telahoun Abebe – Greetings to all! Can you guess the name of the following African country? I’ll give you plenty of hints..not that your chances of getting the correct answer will improve by much!
The Corporate Tax Haven Index (CTHI) by Tax Justice Network launched yesterday shows how the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Mauritius are among the most corrosive corporate tax havens against African countries.
Ethiopia loses over $1.1 billion every year by profit shifting companies, a new report reveals. The new individual countries level global tax loss estimates released today by the Tax Justice Network, shows that Ethiopia loses $1.1084 billion per year, which is 2.34% of its GDP.