Meeting with leadership of Monitoring Committee on 10% of telecom services Tax collection

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Alireza Khaliqyar
Sun, Jun 02 2019 4:24 PM
جلسه کمیته رهبری نظارت بر جمع آوری محصول 10 در صد خدمات مخابراتی

Mohammad Fahim HashImi acting minister of Communications and Information Technology met with Mr. Abdullah Raqibi Deputy Customs Director, Dr. Hadi Hedayati Deputy (Finance and Admin) Minister of Communications and Information Technology and Mr. Sailab Amiri Deputy Technical of the ATRA Office on Sunday, June 2, 2019.  

The meeting focused over the better monitoring on collection 10% telecommunication services tax.

Having heard evaluation report of the past work of the evaluation teams, the meeting emphasized on paying serious attention to monitoring process, increasing the members of monitoring team and transparency in telecommunication services tax collection.

Also Minister Hashimi instructed that as long as the Real Time Data Management System (RTDMS) has not been established, telecommunications companies will cooperate with the monitoring teams and provide full access to the information.

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