Source Pravda.Ru

Cis To Create United Data Bank On Tax Violations

Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Tajikistan are going to work out a draft concept of a united data bank on facts of violations of tax and financial laws by economic entities in their territories. The decision was taken in Moscow on Friday at a founding session of the commission of the coordinating council of chiefs of tax /financial/ investigation organs of countries-members of the Commonwealth of Independent States on exchange of information resources. The session also coordinated a plan for the commission's work in 2002 first half, said the Federal Tax Police Service. The commission is to increase the efficiency of mutual exchange of information on foreign-economic crimes and offences committed by corporate bodies and individuals.

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