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

BIAT ranked among African banks with strong regional impact

In its monthly n ° 72 published in July 2020, Financial Afrik ranked BIAT among the 30 African banks with high impact. It is the only Tunisian bank to be part of this ranking.

BIAT ranked among African banks with strong regional impact

BIAT ranks 20th in the recently published ranking of high impact regional banks in Africa. At the top of the ranking, we find the South African banks, far ahead of Moroccans, Nigerians and Egyptians in terms of total balance sheet.

To establish this classification, the experts of Financial Afrik were based on several numerical criteria. It emerges from this that the assets depend on the demography, GDP, degree of industrialization of the country of origin. As well as its openness and integration into global financial and industrial value chains.




Financial Afrik presented in its analysis several observations on the banking dynamics of the African region. Indeed, Moroccan banks are those which have succeeded in their geographic diversification. And this, ensuring the junction between the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean.

Another fundamental finding revealed by the analysis is the continued withdrawal of English and French banks from the continent, the premise of a new configuration of the African private sector.

A benchmark player in Tunisia, BIAT works on a daily basis to support the Tunisian economy. As well as supporting economic players and entrepreneurs in their development projects.