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Tax inspectors to begin on-site visits in August

Tax inspectors to begin on-site visits in August

Starting next month, tax authorities will begin conducting on-site inspections of all businesses in Phnom Penh to gather information for tax registration, the Ministry of Economy and Finance announced yesterday.

Officials from the General Department of Taxation (GDT) and Phnom Penh Municipality will collect commercial data such as tax receipts and business licences, including from enterprises not yet registered with the GDT.

The initiative aims to promote a better investment environment, help prepare tax incentives and provide more efficient tax registration services, the ministry said.

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