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International tax conference and regional consultation on domestic resource mobilization

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Frame of Image al Consultation, which will be held in accordance with the attached agenda.
Background
Strengthening tax systems – policy and administration – has emerged as a key development priority, being a core part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) framework and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda. Often with support of development partners, countries have increased efforts to improve revenue mobilization through capacity building, policy reform, standard setting and implementation, policy dialogue and knowledge sharing. Yet significant additional tax revenues, raised in fair and efficient ways, are required to meet the global development challenges. At the same time, the increased linkages between economies and progress in reform that has already been made are making ever clearer the commonality of many of the challenges that advanced, emerging and developing countries face. This makes it ever more urgent to fully exploit the potential synergies from bringing more closely together the experiences and expertise from different sources. An era of unprecedented international cooperation on tax matters is now underway with more inclusion of developing countries in making significant changes to the international rules. This evolving environment is underpinned by a series of converging initiatives and actions including the Addis Tax Initiative designed to dramatically increase donor support for building tax capacity in poorer countries.
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As part of the efforts to provide support


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Title International tax conference and regional consultation on domestic resource mobilization
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

KDI School; KIPF; World Bank et al.

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[Sejong]:KDI School; KIPF; World Bank et al.

Date 2016-06
Pages 346
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Financial Policy
Economy < Economic Administration
Holding KDI School of Public Management and Policy