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Cameroon Cracks Down on Taxes

Cameroon gained total control of West Africa’s Bakassi pensinsula in August 2013, following a prescribed five-year transition from Nigeria. But most of the oil-rich area’s 300,000 inhabitants still are Nigerians. Now, Cameroon’s military has begun cracking down on Nigerian businesses suspected of evading taxes. Business owners don’t understand Cameroon's tax laws, said Stanley Obi, a provision store owner, adding that he’s seen an array of people seeking payments.   "At...

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