Implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for revenue collection in poor African countries
The presentation is based on new study for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark
The purpose of the study is to provide inputs for strategic discussions about possible future Danish aid to domestic revenue mobilisation (DRM) in partner countries in Africa by:
- Examining how and to what extent the pandemic affects DRM
- Assessing the potential of various revenue instruments to raise additional revenues in the future
- Drawing policy implications of this for Danish aid to DRM
The report is published as DIIS WP 3: 2020: Taxation in sub-Saharan Africa after Covid-19 | DIIS
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