Seven of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa. This makes Africa a key strategic growth imperative for most global corporates. African governments are placing high reliance on indirect taxes to meet growing revenue needs.
Given the huge volumes of value-added tax/general sales tax (VAT/GST) transactions that must be handled at any one time, finance and tax directors in Africa should make sure their organization’s people, systems and processes are able to predict and respond to the VAT/GST changes that will impact their operations and internal systems as a result of changes in law, policy and practice.
Welcome to the 2016 Africa Indirect Tax Country Guide which includes a summary of the indirect tax regimes and compliance administrative issues of 23 countries in Africa.
The countries featured in this edition of the guide include:
|Democratic Republic of Congo||Senegal|
|Equatorial Guinea||South Africa|