Pakistan, UK agree to boost tax reforms

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and United Kingdom (UK) on Monday agreed to work together and share information and experiences to boost tax reforms and promote economic development in Pakistan.
A UK delegation led by Minister of State for Trade and Investment Rt Hon Greg Hands visited Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and held a meeting with Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Revenue Senator Haroon Akhtar Khan.
Both the sides discussed a range of issues related to ongoing bilateral cooperation between the tax authorities of both countries.
Chairman FBR Tariq Mahmood Pasha and Member (IR) Policy and FBR’s Official Spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Iqbal were also present.
Tom Drew, British High Commissioner to Pakistan and Joanna Reid, Head of DFID Pakistan, were among other British officials who assisted the visiting UK minister in the talks.

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