The Personal Income Tax Rate in Cameroon stands at 35 percent.
Personal Income Tax Rate in Cameroon was last registered at 35 Percent in 2015 and Corporate Tax Rate went down to 33 Percent.
A special tax is levied at an overall discharging rate of 15% on income paid to natural persons and corporate bodies domiciled outside of Cameroon by enterprises or establishments based in Cameroon for various services provided or used in Cameroon.
This site provides a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Cameroon.
Steps required to register a company in Cameroon from the World Bank
The Corporate Tax Rate in Cameroon stands at 33 percent. Corporate Tax Rate in Cameroon averaged 38.04 percent from 2004 until 2015, reaching an all time high of 38.50 percent in 2005 and a record low of 33 percent in 2015. Corporate Tax Rate in Cameroon is reported by...
With good infrastructure travel is a lot easier here than in many parts of Africa. The main means to get around in Cameroon are rail, road, air and water.
Growth remained strong in 2014 at 5.3%, but remained below the 6% average growth target set in the 2010-20 Growth and Employment Strategy Paper (2010-20 GESP), which aims to incorporate Cameroon into the group of emerging countries by 2035.
Cameroon was for many years one of only a few countries in Africa with only two competing mobile operators, MTN and Orange. After various delays, Nextell Cameroon launched a third network in late 2014, including the country’s first 3G mobile service. – See more at: http://www.budde.com.au/Research/Cameroon-Telecoms-Mobile-and-Broadband-Statistics-and-Analyses.html#sthash.ILkRHCcw.dpuf
There is cautious optimism that Cameroon is emerging from its long period of economic hardship.