GAFA tax: Companies have received their tax notice

"Companies subject to this tax have received a tax notice for the payment of the 2020 installments," said Bruno Lemaire. Not to mention the possible wrath of the American authorities, the GAFA have already taken the lead. Here's how.   The negotiations on the digital tax at the OECD have come to naught. “We had suspended the collection of the tax until the OECD negotiations were concluded. This negotiation failed, so we will collect a tax on the digital giants next December, "explained Bruno Le Maire, the French Minister of the Economy, in mid-October. "Companies subject to this tax have received a tax notice for the payment of the 2020 installments," the Ministry of the Economy said today. Facebook and Amazon "are among the companies" which have been notified "in recent days", assures for its part the Financial Times. So after firing the first ones, what should the French authorities expect from now on? Has

Algeria: a first quarter sealed by the Covid-19

According to the conjuncture note published on Wednesday July 7 by the Algerian National Insurance Council (CNA), the insurance market underperformed over the same period. Thus, the national insurance market, all activities combined, totaled, on 03/31/2020, a production amounting to 40.6 billion DA (279 million euros) against 42.7 billion DA (293 million in the same period of the previous year, a decrease of 4.9%.

Algeria: a first quarter sealed by the Covid-19

The insurance market claims declared amounted to nearly 16 billion DA (110 million euros), down 14.6% compared to the first quarter of 2019 (Q1-2019).

Market regulations mark a significant decline of 45.3%, from 22.2 billion DA (152 million euros), at the end of March 2019, to 12.1 billion DA (83 million euros) at 03/31/2020.

In parallel, the stocks register an increase of 7.9%, passing from 77.9 billion DA (535 million euros) in Q1-2019, to 84 billion DA (577 million euros) in the same period of the current year. The report also indicates that the insurance market settlement rate for the first quarter of 2020 is estimated at 12.6%, down 45.5% compared to Q1-2019.




This poor performance is due to the drop observed in the two property and casualty insurance businesses with respective regression rates of 46.1% and 31.4% .In addition, international acceptances recorded, as of 03/31 / 2020, a positive development of 11.3% compared to Q1-2019, going from 855.4 million DA (5.8 million euros) to almost 952 million DA (6.5 million euros).