The non-oil tax reform in Angola: On track or losing momentum?
Since 2010, Angola has been implementing a tax reform aiming to increase non-oil tax revenues. This brief addresses main achievements of the reform since mid-2012 on administrative and legislative issues. Does the reform still have momentum? In spite of the rhetoric of modern tax reform characterised by simplification, participation and predictability, the actual reform process appears indecisive and non-transparent.
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