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News: Technical visit to the United Republic of Tanzania as part o...

Technical visit to the United Republic of Tanzania as part of the Induction Programme

30 Mar 2017

Mr. Ervice Tchouata, Tax Policy Analyst at the Global Forum Secretariat, conducted a technical visit to the United Republic of Tanzania on 27-29 March 2017 as part of the induction programme for this country which joined the Global Forum in 2015. During the visit two awareness building seminars attended by 31 participants were organised with the Tanzania Revenue Authority and other stakeholders including representatives from the Ministry of Finance, the Bank of Tanzania (Central Bank), the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (registrar of companies), the Registration, Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (registrar of trusts), the Tanzania bankers association, the Financial Intelligence Unit and the Attorney General’s Chambers.

http://www.oecd.org/tax/transparency/technical-visit-to-tanzania-induction-programme.htm