NL-Africa Tax Desk newsletter – first edition

January 21, 2021
africa

Dear reader,

We are excited to welcome you to this first edition of our NL-Africa Tax Desk newsletter. In 2020 African governments’ tax policies have been subject to a lot of changes impacted by the BEPS action points, the COVID-19 crisis and developments on the energy markets. Although the African continent is diverse, there are typical challenges in staying compliant with local tax obligations that MNEs and investors face when investing and developing business activities in Africa. Managing your business’ tax position in Africa is not a ‘one-off’ exercise and requires continuous monitoring of the latest tax developments. The aim of this newsletter is to give you an easy-to-read overview of these updates on the African tax landscape.

If you would like to know more about the matters addressed in this newsletter or have any feedback, you are welcome to contact Sebastiaan Paling (Head of the NL-Africa Tax Desk).

Best regards,
NL-Africa Tax Desk team
Meijburg & Co

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