Trade Misinvoicing Costs Africa DearlyThe little-understood practice of misinvoicing or re-invoicing relies on legal grey areas and financial secrecy and costs the continent dearly, writes Brian Leblanc for ThinkAfrica Press.
ThinkAfricaPress, 6 May 2014
The little-understood practice of misinvoicing or re-invoicing relies on legal grey areas and financial secrecy and costs the continent dearly. Read more »
Zambia: Tangled Webs and Illicit Flows
ThinkAfricaPress, 6 September 2013
Illicit financial outflows are the missing link between the profits of multinationals and the poverty faced by the majority of Zambians. Read more »
AlertNet, 12 December 2013
Developing countries lost nearly $1 trillion to fraud, corruption and shady business transactions in 2011, far more than the foreign aid they received, and the pace at which dirty… Read more »
Zambia Reports, 6 February 2013
Government will introduce new measures to boost tax collection from the mining sector, Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda has said. Read more »
Rice prices in Cote d'Ivoire are still very high, but government attempts to fix prices are being resisted by traders. Imported rice at the port in Abidjan.