This chapter presents Burundi’s taxpayer education programme. It first gives an overview of the whole programme and its objectives, followed by a focus on one specific element, the taxpayer identification number (TIN) campaign in the informal sector....
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Burundi is steadily emerging from a deep socio-political crisis that has destroyed its means of production. The economy has grown an average 4% a year since 2005 but is still fragile because of its dependence on the primary sector, which is a major...
The Arusha agreements in 2000 gave the country a period of stability. However, opposition boycotts of the presidential election in 2010 aroused serious political tensions. Since then there have been human rights violations, with extrajudicial ...
Burundi's economy grew by 3.9% in 2010. As in previous years, this rate was below the government's target of 4.5%, mainly as a result of political uncertainty stemming from a series of elections in a politically fractionalised environment, as well as...
The Burundian economy witnessed a contraction in growth in 2009. The rate of real gross domestic product (GDP) growth fell from 4.3% in 2008 to 3.3% in 2009. The main causes were: (i) the ongoing effects of the international financial crisis; (ii ...
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