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Revenue Statistics in Africa

24 November 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Author: OECD
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Author: OECD

Statistics on public revenue, and on tax in particular, are basic inputs to most descriptive and analytical work on economic structures, tax and customs policies, and administrative reforms. Against a background of increased international trade in which tax is becoming a factor in competitiveness and development, such comparable data are increasingly used to formulate policies and reform administrations. This annual publication presents a conceptual framework designed to define and classify public revenue from what are regarded as taxes in a common format for the countries concerned and to propose statistics by geographical area.

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