There are various spheres to guarantee protection against the tort of “passing off” in Mauritius, which include some provisions of the Civil Code, and other statutes which have been enacted by Parliament in Mauritius.
A re-definition of the term “public character” and its impact on the taxability of Non-governmental organisations in Nigeria
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (“FIRS”) recently issued a Revised Information Circular on the Tax Treatment of Non-Governmental Ogranisations (NGOs), hereafter referred to the as “Revised Information Circular” or “the Circular”.
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to boost Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Mozambique
In Mozambique, SMEs play a crucial role in the economic development of the country. They are at the heart and soul of the Mozambican economy. They comprise no less than 98.7% of the market but contribute only 28% to GDP.
L’impact des prix de transfert dans la relation succursale sénégalaise et siège étranger : Limitation de la déductibilité des sommes versées au siège
Le législateur sénégalais a renforcé et complété le dispositif fiscal en matière de prix de transfert introduit déjà depuis 2012, sans jamais donner lieu à une forte pratique fiscale.
The Senegalese legislator has strengthened and finalized the fiscal measures on transfer pricing.
In January 2021 almost seven years after the promulgation of the competition legislation in Mozambique, the Competition Regulatory Authority (CRA) in Mozambique has finally became operational.
The apex regulator of securities in Nigeria, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has issued a circular, with respect to technology investment platforms providing the Nigerian public with access to foreign securities.
It’s not a problem to be solved by one single company or even a group of companies; it has to be solved by a more regional approach: Andres Vega – International Associate, Centurion Law Group.