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Our Finance ministers have finally presented the 2011/2012 East Africa Budget speeches/ ministerial statements on 8 June 2011.The budget expectations were quite high with many in the region waiting to see how the Governments’ plans lived up to the expectations of the various industries and more importantly the common man.

In an effort to dig deeper into the expectations of the upcoming budget, our leaders and experts help us understand what the changes in the Budgets mean to us and their possible impact to our economies and in turn, our lives.

Know what our professionals and leaders have to say. 

Watch this space as we continuously update it.

 

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Tax concessions - Ilyas Khan
VAT Refund Interest - Caleb Lang'at
Carbon Trading - Ilyas Khan
Demystifying Income Tax Exemptions - Walter Mutwiri & Joseph Oyongo
Kenyans Highly Taxed - Maurice Wangutusi 
Quit Frustrating The Taxpayer - John Kuria & Arwinder Sandhu 
Transfer Pricing - Fred Omondi  
VAT claim period for petroleum production companies - Walter Mutwiri & Andrew Oduor 
Generation Y has arrived at work with a new attitude - Zeehan Shamji
Tax Planning is key to business success - Ilyas Khan & Anne Onsongo
Ease burden on Microfinance Firms - Ibrahim Khalif
Employee ownership - John Kuria & Charity Kamunya
EAC service sector's unexploited potential - Joseph Thogo
Government's options to raise tax revenue in 2011-2012 - Jiduma Lihende
Population puts pressure on environment status - Nikhil Hira
Paradise Postponed? Oil and Gas in East Africa - Bill Page
What Treasury should persue in tough times - Fred Omondi
The difficulty of collecting revenue - Nikhil Hira
Budget Deficits and perils of domestic borrowing - Hussein W Mohamud
Infrastructure is Key to boosting tourism - Iqbal Karim

 

 

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