A senior Chinese taxation official has called for strengthened cooperation among taxation authorities of Asian and Oceanian regions to smooth trade and investment in the face of increasing challenges.
“We should jointly improve modern taxation policies and collection systems... and support each other in promoting economic stability and sustainable development in the Asia-pacific region,” Wang Jun, head of the State Administration of Taxation, said at the annual meeting of the Study Group on Asian
Tax Administration and Research (SGATAR) that opened in Hangzhou, east China’s Zhejiang Province, on November 13.
Wang urged SGATAR members to share successful experiences, expand taxation reform in an open and inclusive manner, and work to lower tariff barriers.
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