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Formalization of the collaboration between the Burundi Revenue Authority and the Federal Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Burundi.

CFCIBNovember 25, 2013

Having established the Joint Working Committee, the Burundi Revenue Authority (OBR) and the Federal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CFCIB) officially launched the activities of the commission Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the headquarters of the OBR.

OBR Collected BIF 42.19 Billion In October 2013

calculetteProvisional revenue collection results for October 2013 show that OBR collected BIF 42.19 billion. The target for October was BIF 43.45 billion and the result is 2.90 % below the target.

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Kieran Holmes: the toughest taxman in Africa

Kieran-HolmesKieran Holmes exudes an understated confidence when discussing his job as head of the Office Burundais des Recettes (OBR). And well he might, having just rolled out wide-ranging reforms in a country that in 2008 he says had “close to zero capacity for tax collection”. In the last five years the OBR has increased government revenue from 300 to 560 billion Burundian francs. Holmes asserts that they should be able to double this again in the next 5 years.

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Reforming revenue administration, in Burundi
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 08:15

ARIAfrican Research Institute (ARI), based in London, organized on tuesday october 15th a conference intitled: "Tax in Africa". The OBR Management at high level was invited to deliver a presentation on how the fiscal reform was conducted by the Burundian Goverment, the challenges faced and the performance targeted. In fact, OBR is considered worldwide as an interesting case study for the post-conflict states.
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 NY CGOn 10 July, the CG addressed a meeting of the International Peace Institute at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York on the importance of domestic revenue mobilization in peace-building and state-building.  In his speech, which was broadcast via the web and heavily tweeted, he advocated for greater international involvement in building effective revenue institutions as a means of ending poverty and creating the conditions for economic growth in the countries where they operate.


On the occasion of the visit of Mr Frank Matsaert, Chief Executive Officer of TradeMark East Africa, to invite His Excellency the President of the Republic to the official launch of TMEA in Nairobi on 1 February.  Read more...

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