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Cambodia, Malaysia talk tax-agency management

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A GDT delegation visits Malaysia on April 5-6. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Cambodia, Malaysia talk tax-agency management

Cambodia and Malaysia this week discussed and exchanged ideas and viewpoints on the management practices and strategies adopted by tax agencies as well as the development of supporting systems and tools.

A delegation from the General Department of Taxation (GDT) visited Malaysia on April 5-6 to get a clearer understanding of the development and management of such systems in that country, the GDT said in a statement.

GDT deputy director-general Lim Delux shared his experiences with Cambodia’s IT reforms in tax administration, especially the different apps and platforms used to provide services to taxpayers.

Senior Malaysian tax officials also presented and shared their experiences with the Cambodian delegation on legal documentation, ethical standards, and modernisation approaches.

The GDT statement expressed satisfaction with the knowledge, new ideas and experiences gained from the visit.


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