Tax income of Dukem, one of industrial hubs of Ethiopia, has almost quadrupled from it was five years ago, says tax official of the town.
Debt of twelve state enterprises in Ethiopia surpasses $5.6 billion, according to the latest report of the state enterprises’ regulatory agency.
Ethiopia’s state enterprises have collected total revenue of 258.51 billion birr (about $9.44 billion) last Ethiopia fiscal year concluded July 7, 2019.
British and its territories are the top destinations of the money multinationals are stealing from Africa countries by tax evasion and tax avoidance, new study reveals.
Panelists of the 7th Pan African Conference on tax and Illicit financial flows, stress that Africa needs disruptive tax policies that respond to the positively disruptive digital businesses such as ubber. “Though digital economy is disruptive and has many benefits, which Africa can’t hide from, the countries in the continent need to redefine their tax […]
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.
Goh Betoch Bank, a new financial institution that aims to reintroduce mortgage banking (loan for housing construction) in Ethiopia, offers its share to the public.
The Customs Commission of Ethiopia has confiscated worth 1.6 billion-birr ($56.3 million) items from contraband traders during the fiscal year ended July 7, 2019.
The government of Ethiopia and the African Development Bank Group on Monday have ink a $98 million grant agreement from the African Development Fund (ADF). The funding aims to help finance phase one of the Ethiopia–Djibouti Road Transport Corridor Project.
The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE), the state financial institution, has become the top tax payer in Ethiopia paying 3.51 billion birr (about $121 million) during budget year of the country concluded July 7, 2019.
The European Union (EU) is set to provide 1.5 billion birr (45 million euros) finance to Ethiopia assisting the east African country create 400,000 new jobs.