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Africa: Hi-Tech Action to Stop Capital Flows

The African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) has called on African Countries to invest in technology as one way of curbing illicit Capital flows from the continent.
“Electronic systems play a huge role in curbing corruption and by extension illicit flows,” ATAF Executive Secretary Logan Wort told Journalists during a recent media briefing in Pretoria, South Africa.
However, Wort cautioned that the systems cannot entirely stop illicit flows arguing that when people intend to break the law they can do it.
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Gambia Launches CountrySTAT to Monitor National and Sub-Regional Agricultural Data

The CountrySTAT, a web-based information technology system that allows gathering and monitoring of national and sub-regional food and agricultural data in compliance with international standards, was officially launched on Monday at the Paradise Suites Hotel in Kololi.
Organised by the Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with partners such as the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and World Food Programme (WFP), officials believe the implementation of this system will also hel
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Gambia: TTM Hands Over Major Rice Project and Opens Agricultural Service Centre

Taiwanese ambassador to The Gambia Samuel Chen and Agriculture Minister Solomon Owens recently presided over the opening ceremony of Agriculture Service Centre in CRR and the handing over of Agriculture-related project equipment and machinery by Taiwan Technical Mission (TTM) to the Ministry of Agriculture.

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