Oxfam says people from Pacific Island countries are most likely to lose out from the PACER-Plus regional free trade agreement with Australia and New Zealand, which is edging closer to completion.Read Full Story
The National Resource Governance Institute has released a paper that looks at African nations' efforts to introduce transfer pricing rules in the mining sector and puts forward policy recommendations.Read Full Story
Tax and customs officials from Central and Southern Africa recently met at an inter-regional seminar in Mauritius to discuss the importance of collaboration in tackling tax fraud.Read Full Story
Senior trade officials from the 21 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation member economies have been ramping up efforts to meet their commitment to cut tariffs on environmental goods by the end of this year, according to the organization's Committee on Trade and Investment.Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund may provide Guinea-Bissau with a three-year loan worth roughly USD23.9m to support a program of economic reforms, including measures to strengthen fiscal management.Read Full Story
United States President Barack Obama has made his annual determination regarding country eligibility for the African Growth and Opportunity Act, and has reinstated Guinea-Bissau's eligibility for its benefits, but withdrawn those of South Sudan and The Gambia, with effect from January 1, 2015.Read Full Story
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