Tax authorities say Vodafone remits GH¢2.1b to parent company outside Ghana

… hasn’t paid corporate income tax for six years The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) says between 2012 and 2016, Vodafone Ghana has remitted GH¢2.1 billion to its parent company outside this jurisdiction. The amount, the tax authorities say is about 30 per cent of the telecoms provider’s turnover, adding that the company has not paid corporate income tax for six years. A fact that Vodafone officials have admitted arguing that it is because the company hasn’t made any profit since it took over Ghana Telecoms in 2009. Read More

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