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Revenue challenges and opportunities in Africa following the COVID-19 pandemic

Presentation

At this event, researchers from the Centre for Tax Analysis in Developing Countries (TaxDev) presented work which considers the fiscal and tax policy challenges and opportunities facing countries in Africa, focusing on the overall fiscal outlook, motor taxation, property taxation and reform of the global corporate income tax system. The event concluded with a panel discussion where policymakers and experts from TaxDev’s partner countries gave their views on the issues raised in the presentations and the other revenue challenges and opportunities they face.

You can watch the full video of the event below, or download the slides used here:

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