Taxation of digital financial services (DFS) in Africa

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Central African Republic

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Total population : 5.58 M. (2022)
Working age (15-64) population : 2.75 M. (2022)
Mobile money accounts1: 0.01 M. (2017)
Transaction values (% GDP) : 0,02% (2017)

1Note: Responses are from participants aged +15


Changes to specific taxes on digital financial services in Central African Republic

Sources

  1. Loi No. 23-014 du 28 décembre 2023 arretant le budget de l'Etat pour 2024
    Central African Republic implements a tax on Electronic money transfers & withdrawals fixed at 1% of transaction fees.

Mobile money use and accounts

Evolution in the usage of mobile money
(source: IMF, Financial Access Survey (FAS) (2023) )

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Evolution in mobile money and financial institution accounts
(source: Not define. )

Disparity in Digital Financial Service usage between wealthier and poorer segments of the population
(source: World Bank, Global Findex 2021)

Made or received digital payment (% of each group)

*Note: responses are from participants aged +15

Mobile money accounts (% of each group)

No data.

Financial institution accounts (% of each group)

*Note: responses are from participants aged +15

Digital payments and accounts by user group
(source: World Bank, Global Findex 2021)

Adults making or receiving digital payments

No data.

Adults with a mobile money account

No data.

Adults with a financial institution account

No data.

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Last update : 31/01/2024


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