Cameroon signs tax treaty with UAE

Cameroon signs tax treaty with UAE

On 13 July 2017, the Government of the Republic of Cameroon signed a tax treaty with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of tax evasion in respect of income tax.

By a press release dated 19 July 2017, the Cameroon Minister of Finance stated that the signing of this tax treaty follows the Government’s strategy to strengthen bilateral trade and economic relations between the two countries and expand Cameroon’s network of international relations and tax agreements abroad.

With the signing of this new tax treaty, the number of bilateral tax treaties signed by Cameroon is increased to six (with Canada, France, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia).

A subsequent EY Global Tax Alerts will provide details on the Cameroon-UAE tax treaty.


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