Third Annual Developing Country Forum: South-South Cooperation in International Tax Matters
Title: Third Annual Developing Country Forum: South-South Cooperation in International Tax Matters
Date: 9-10 December, 2019
Venue: New Delhi, India
Organizers: South Centre, Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), New Delhi and Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
The Third Annual Forum is jointly organised by the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), New Delhi in collaboration with the South Centre and the Ministry of Finance, Government of the Republic of India on 9-10 December 2019. The Forum aims to involve government officials, academics, civil society and experts from other international organizations. The Forum will consider a diverse range of issues that are relevant to developing country taxation. Through the Forum the South Centre Tax Initiative intends to promote and support intensified, better coordinated, and more institutionalized approaches to South-South cooperation in tax matters, so as to enable developing countries to become full participants in international norm-setting and action in tax matters. The annual forum will be the centrepiece of these efforts. The annual forum is designed to create a community among developing country tax officials that would allow them to discuss and develop tax cooperation modalities and standards suitable for developing countries. The Forum is supported by a network of developing country tax experts, and can also serve as a platform to support the sharing of technical innovations and capacity building activities among its participants.
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