Eurodad member ActionAid has released a report on Tax Competition in East Africa: a Race to the Bottom?
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda are losing $2.8 billion each year through their use of tax incentives such as tax holidays for foreign businesses. Such tax incentives are promoting harmful tax competition in the region, and are anyway not needed to attract investments. Members of the EAC should cooperate to eliminate excessive tax incentives, ensure greater transparency for any that remain, and promote coordination within the East African Community (EAC) to prevent harmful tax competition.
Read the full report: Tax Competition in East Africa: a Race to the Bottom?