Eighth Tax Conference - 1998

Publication | October 1998

The Eighth Tax Conference was organized by the Asian Development Bank in cooperation with the ADB Institute and the Ministry of Finance, Japan. It was held at the premises of the ADB Institute in Tokyo, Japan from 3 to 11 September 1998.

The Eighth Tax Conference was organized by the Asian Development Bank in cooperation with the ADB Institute and the Ministry of Finance, Japan. It was held at the premises of the ADB Institute in Tokyo, Japan from 3 to 11 September 1998. The overall goal of the Eighth ADB Tax Conference was to contribute towards developing human resources for economic growth and social development. The main objectives of the ADB Tax conference were to (i) provide a forum for an exchange of views and experiences on current trends in international taxation through an international seminar, which would also encourage mutual understanding and cooperation among tax policymakers and administrators; and (ii) conduct a training workshop for DMC governments' tax officials, which would assist them in deepening their understanding of the current trends in taxation policies and administration procedures in developing countries and allow utilization of this information in policy design and implementation.

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Series
Subjects
  • Governance and public sector management
  • Urban development

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