Cameroon Economic Policy Institute

Our mission is to improve the quality of economic policy through programs and fact-based research, analysis, and debate.

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The Economic Impact of the War in Ukraine on Cameroonian Farmers

Context: On 24 February 2022, Russia invaded and occupied parts of Ukraine in a major escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War, which had begun in 2014. The war in Ukraine has accentuated inflation, impacting the prices of agricultural and non-agricultural products in the global and Cameroonian markets, thus affecting households’ purchasing power. The war in Ukraine has accentuated the inflation, impacting the prices of agricultural and non-agricultural products on the global and Cameroonian markets, thus affecting households’ purchasing power.

Objective: This Webinar aims to look at the impact of the war in  Ukraine on Cameroon’s agriculture sector. Specifically, it will 

  • Analyse the impact of the war in Ukraine on import and export prices
  • Examine the imapct of the war on food prices 
  • Propose strategies to improve the resillience of the agriculture sector. 

Date and time: 19 July 2023, 12:30-14:00

Location: Zoom

Moderator: Bayie Kamanda Anyi, Chercheusse, MINRESI, Cameroon. 

Panel.

  1. Dr. Alain Roland Tonye, Chercheur Associe, CEPI.
  2. Mr. Henri Kouam, Fondateur/CEO, Cameroon Economic Policy Institute

How to Attend: Send the theme of the event, your name, email and telephone number to contact@camepi.org and info@camepi.org  (Only 150 spaces available)            

Event

Corporations Tax in Cameroon: Friend or Foe?

Context: The total Cameroon CIT rate is 33% for companies with a turnover above 3 billion Communauté Financière Africaine francs (XAF). For companies with a turnover of less than 3 billion CFA francs that meet the additional criteria set by law, the tax rate is set at 27.5%. The rate of deduction at source representing the instalment of CIT is fixed at 5.5%, irrespective of the tax regime of the service provider, for invoices relating to public procurement amounting to less than XAF 5 million. Is this punitive? 

Objective: This Webinar aims to look at the nature of coporation tax in Cameroon and;

  • Analyse the impact on businesses.
  • Examine the imapct on innovation and coporate investments.
  • Propose strategies to improve the current taxation system

Date and time: 4th August 2023, 12:30-14:00

Location: Zoom

Moderator: Bayie Kamanda Anyi, Chercheusse, MINRESI, Cameroon. 

Panel.

  1. Mr. Ngale David., Fellow in Economic Affairs, CEPI
  2. Mr. Guy Mfila, Chercheur Associe, CEPI
  3. Mr. Yannick Ngellewi, Journalist, Royal FM

How to Attend: Send the theme of the event, your name, email and telephone number to contact@camepi.org and info@camepi.org  (Only 150 spaces available)            

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Our Vision is for a Cameroon where economic policy is designed with future generations in mind, anchored on sustainability, equity and inclusion.

CEPI is independent and non-doctrinal. CEPI’s mission is to improve the quality of economic policy in Cameroon with open and fact-based research, analysis and debate. We are committed to impartiality, openness and excellence. CEPI’s membership includes state governments, international corporations and institutions.

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