Taxation in Cameroon

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Bulgarians will stop “working for the government” for this year on April 20, according to data provided by the Institute for Market Economy (IME).

The Finance and Budget Committee of the National Assembly is preparing to examine the bill to organise and lay down the profession of tax consultant in Cameroon. It was tabled during the plenary sitting of the House yesterday, March 21 presided at by the Vice President, Hon. Monjowa Lifaka Emilia. She announced that the Minister […]

Authorities and civil society in Cameroon agree on the difficulty of obtaining reliable and complete data on oil, almost entirely in the hands of foreign companies, according to a report on transparency in extractive industries published in Yaoundé.

This Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes on the Fiscal Transparency Module for Cameroon was prepared by a staff team from the International Monetary Fund, using the assessment methodology adopted by the FATF in February 2004 and endorsed by the Executive Board of the IMF in March 2004.