Understanding The Implication Of The Uganda revenue Authority Vs COWI A/S To The Tax Justice Movement

During the year 2018, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) conducted an audit of COWI A/S branch office operations for the year 2013 – 2016.

Accelerating Regional Integration And Youth Participation In The Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA)

The main objective of the theme of the year 2023 is to secure the commitment of all stakeholders to speed up the implementation of the AfCFTA and fast-track the overall economic integration of the continent.

Leveraging Equitable Domestics Resource Mobilization For Sustainable Regional Integration

The dialogue was focused on assessing the progress towards regional integration in the east African Community.

Southern Africa Consultative Meeting The Inform The AfCFTA Protocols On Women & Youth In Trade & The Protocol On Digital Trade

Mr Muhereza Allan Murangira, the Team Leader of YTJN opined that currently, the dilemma is with Partner States systematically removing tariff barriers to facilitate trade vis-à-vis the same Partner States retaining sufficient domestic resources to enable them finance their budgets to provide essential services to the youth and also contribute to the AfCFTA Adjustment Fund. He implored Partner States to the AfCFTA to double their efforts in curbing illicit financial flows which would boost their domestic resource envelope to deal with this dilemma.

Hits And Misses For The Youth In The 2021-2022 Budgets For Uganda, Kenya And Tanzania

This paper examines the sectors of Health, Agriculture, Education and the concepts of Illicit Financial Flows, Domestic Resource Mobilization, taxation of the Digital Economy and improvement of the general business environment and shows how the National budgets of each of the three countries have either positively contributed to the growth of the same (Hits) or have had a negative impact on them (Misses). It also borrows from a multitude of sources to show how the three countries have fared in meeting their legal obligations under national, regional, continental and global instruments and concludes by providing recommendations on the way forward.