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JOBS: Customs expert Kinshasa

Job Opening Posting Title: Customs Expert (System Validation Specialist) Job Code Title: Programme Management Officer Department/Office: UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT Duty Station: KINSHASA Posting Period: 13 July 2016 – 10 September 2016 Job Opening Number: 62460 Staffing Exercise N/A APPLY HERE Share on: WhatsApp

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Magufuli refuses to budge on tourism Value Added Tax

ATC News by Wolfgang H. Thome The battle lines are now clearly drawn in Tanzania between the country’s tourism industry and the government, after President Magufuli told the sector off over their dissent about the Value Added Tax of 18 percent, which was unexpectedly heaped on services across the board, …

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TOURISM: Tanzania, like Uganda, faces new VAT battle

ATC News by Wolfgang H. Thome Tanzania’s tourism industry may be in for a rough year ahead should proposals for adding Value Added Tax (VAT) on tourism services be sanctioned by parliament. The 18 percent tax, if implemented, would apply for any service rendered, from park fees to transport and …

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LIVE: URA Budget analysis engangment

The Uganda Revenue Authority together with the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development on Monday held a seminar to help tax payers understand what they are up against in the budget that was read last week. “We are here to help the ordinary person understand how the budget affects …

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UGANDA: 80% of economy informal, does not pay taxes

Unlike the others that came before it, this year’s Open Minds Forum was a heated and impassioned event. Held under the theme: “Informal sector; an invisible force with visible impact,” the May 05 public forum in Kampala, organised by the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA), was expected to pit the business …

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Informal tax evaders

80% of economy is informal, only 20% of businesses pay taxes Unlike the others that came before it, this year’s Open Minds Forum was a heated and impassioned event. Held under the theme: “Informal sector; an invisible force with visible impact,” the May 05 public forum in Kampala, organised by …

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Unpacking Uganda’s informal sector

  COMMENT: By Andrew Rugasira Economists used to consider the informal sector a “shadow economy”, a relic from the underdeveloped past that would be replaced by formal activities and better paid jobs. Not anymore. The informal sector has in many ways superseded the formal sector and is now the face …

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Finance asked to streamline Dairy sector taxes

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has asked the Ministry of Finance to take new measures to help Uganda’s dairy industry compete favorably on the world stage. He was responding to pleas for government support to the industry when Kiruhura district dairy farmers visited his country home in Rwakitura on Saturday. He …

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