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Despite variances in moral and ethical values prioritizing national interests the Africans in the public services tend to adopt economic policies initiated and adopted in the rich countries to suit their inter-state businesses, technical and capital factors.
Tax treaties between rich and poor countries grant economic dominance of the richer countries.
Instead of preventing the tax treaties actually encourage tax evasions in the developing States.
Though the treaties are not unique to Africa and even signed amongst the rich economies they are amongst controversial agreements in the poor countries.
They sound positive investment incentives yet the African poverty remains 50 years of the life of tax treaties.
They are fatal in pursuits for Africans economic independence.
The investments promoted for 50 years at the expenses of trillions of tax revenues are searched today through the treaties with the rich countries.
The developing States must realize sameness of the taxation treaties evidences the oneness of the richer States in dominating the world economy and the Africans unity in assenting to and sustaining their dependence on the richer economies.
Let have them reviewed
Johnson Maina: Master Transport & Maritime Management, University of Antwerp; Liner Manager Mediterranean Shipping Company (T) Ltd; Reviews: EA Customs Act; Challenge Multimodal Transport in East Africa & Port and Maritime Transport 3rd International African Logistics Conference, Dar es Salaam; Consultancy Taxable Demurage in Shipping Business
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