A handshake and smiles for a remarkable reunion. On September 14, Modeste Mopa Fatoing, the director general of taxes, was received at the headquarters of the Groupement inter-patronal du Cameroun (Gicam) in Douala, where he held a consultation with members of the employers’ union headed by businessman Célestin Tawamba.
Mopa had not set foot in Gicam since a dinner-debate organized in 2017, a few months before the election of Tawamba as head of the body. Since then, there have been strong tensions between them two men, in particular about a proposal for reform of the tax system made by Gicam and which, according to the latter, was blocked by the general directorate of taxes.
1,597 billion CFA francs
An era that now seems over for the two personalities, who have multiplied the signs of rapprochement over the three days what have