Sub-Saharan African Nations Looking to Become “Tax Havens”

Some Sub-Saharan African states are setting themselves up as so-called “tax havens,” places where the wealthy can conceal cash from their own nations. Such practices often incentivize much needed economic activity and investment in the nations, often while skirting the line of what is legal and fair. As VOA Senior Analyst Jeffrey Young discusses with several activist NGO’s, such activity creates “losers” as well as “winners” on the African continent.

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