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Public Resource Mobilisation and Aid in Africa

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Public Resource Mobilisation and Aid in Africa

African Economic Outlook 2010 focuses on public resource mobilisation and aid in Africa, presenting a comprehensive review of best practices in tax administration, policies and multilateral agreements, including recommendations for meeting future challenges. The role that aid should play to help African countries mobilise their public resources to meet their development goals is also discussed.

Public Resource Mobilisation and Aid in Africa

The global economic crisis has given a new impetus to dialogue on domestic resource mobilisation in Africa. Lower export revenues, uncertain future foreign investment and aid inflows amidst generally high levels of indebtedness have raised the importance of increasing domestic resources. Africa faces three types of challenges with respect to mobilising additional public resources: structural bottlenecks; an unbalanced tax mix; and the erosion of existing tax bases by excessive granting of tax preferences, inefficient taxation of extractive activities and an inability to fight transfer pricing by multinational enterprises.

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Thématiques précédentes

2017

Entrepreneuriat et industrialisation

2016

Villes durables et transformation structurelle

2015

Développement territorial et inclusion spatiale

2014

Les chaînes de valeur mondiales et l'industrialisation de l'Afrique

2013

Transformation structurelle et ressources naturelles en Afrique

2012

Promoting Youth Employment

2011

Africa and its Emerging Partners

2010

Public Resource Mobilisation and Aid in Africa

2009

Innovation and ICT in Africa

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Il faut libérer le potentiel des entrepreneurs africains pour accélérer la transformation industrielle du continent, selon les Perspectives économiques en Afrique 2017.

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AfricanEconomicOutlook.org  est le site web qui offre des données et des analyses complètes et comparables pour 54 économies africaines.