Pakistan, Saudi Arabia agree to promote cooperation in fields of customs & tax


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to further promote cooperation in the fields of customs and tax.

The understanding was reached at a meeting between Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf Saeed Al-Malikey and Chairman Federal Board of Revenue Muhammad Javed Ghani in Islamabad today (Saturday).

It was agreed that relevant departments of both countries would learn from each other’s best practices which would result in increasing the trade volume between the two countries.

Chairman FBR briefed the Saudi Ambassador about the recent measures taken for facilitation of taxpayers.

The Ambassador appreciated the performance of FBR in the first seven months of current Financial Year.

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