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INTA President Pays a Visit from Korean National Tax Service
INTA President Pays a Visit from Korean National Tax Service

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INTA President Pays a Visit from Korean National Tax Service

Mr. Kamel Taghavi Nezhad, President of Iranian National Tax Administration (INTA) headed the Iranian delegation, paying a formal visit to the National Tax Service of South Korea (NTS) during May 29 until June 2, 2016 in order to participate in “the Iran-Korea Joint Program for Tax Cooperation”.

During the program, Mr. Taghavi Nezhad paid a first visit to Mr. Lim Hwansoo, NTS Commissioner where the two parties emphasized on their determined will for the promotion of bilateral cooperation in all areas of taxation including the exchange of experiences and best practices, mutual technical assistance and due  implementation of the Iran-Korea tax treaty which is already in force.

Mr. Taghavi Nezhad, then, paid another visit to Mr. Chang Yung Moon, Korean Deputy Minister of Strategy and Finance for Tax and Customs where the two parties described the respective countries’ trends of tax policies and stressed their readiness for maintaining and promoting mutual cooperation.

INTA President’s next visit was paid to Mr. Hassanzadeh Taherian, Iranian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea in which he offered a brief description of INTA’s latest measures and polices and Mr. Ambassador, presented an outline of the current Iran-Korea relations and the Korean economic and fiscal situations.

On the first day of Iran-Korea Joint Program for Tax Cooperation”, the Iranian delegation,  visited the Korean Tax Museum where they came to the conclusion that the establishment of a similar museum in Iran may pave the way towards the promotion of tax culture in the country.

During the afternoon sessions, the organizational arrangements of the two tax administrations in question were put under discussion as well as their latest developments, modernization measures and the extent to which they have managed to make use of the IT technology for taxation purposes and the introduction of integrated tax systems. On the second day, the representatives of NTS made some presentations on the Korean tax policies and tax system and described their local and national taxes and the relevant tax laws and regulations. INTA representatives introduced the IRI tax structure. Representatives of the two parties involved, then, managed to make separate presentations on their tax incentives for foreign investors. A specific session was also devoted to the application of the Iran-Korea Double Taxation Avoidance Treaty and the potentials for a full implementation of that treaty. Further sessions were devoted to the introduction of NTS best practices in the areas of “tax audit and financial inspection” and “Korean Taxpayers Support System”. And at the very end of the joint program, a field visit was paid to Sungdong  Regional Tax Office.

Mr. Taghavi Nezhad appreciated the warm hospitality of NTS authorities and formally invited Mr. Lim Hwan-Soo, NTS Commissioner and Mr. Chang-Yung Moon, Korean Deputy Minister of Strategy and Finance for Tax and Customs for paying an official visit to the INTA. 

Mr. Kamel Taghavi Nezhad, President of Iranian National Tax Administration (INTA) headed the Iranian delegation, paying a formal visit to the National Tax Service of South Korea (NTS) during May 29 until June 2, 2016 in order to participate in “the Iran-Korea Joint Program for Tax Cooperation”.

During the program, Mr. Taghavi Nezhad paid a first visit to Mr. Lim Hwansoo, NTS Commissioner where the two parties emphasized on their determined will for the promotion of bilateral cooperation in all areas of taxation including the exchange of experiences and best practices, mutual technical assistance and due  implementation of the Iran-Korea tax treaty which is already in force.

Mr. Taghavi Nezhad, then, paid another visit to Mr. Chang Yung Moon, Korean Deputy Minister of Strategy and Finance for Tax and Customs where the two parties described the respective countries’ trends of tax policies and stressed their readiness for maintaining and promoting mutual cooperation.

INTA President’s next visit was paid to Mr. Hassanzadeh Taherian, Iranian Ambassador to the Republic of Korea in which he offered a brief description of INTA’s latest measures and polices and Mr. Ambassador, presented an outline of the current Iran-Korea relations and the Korean economic and fiscal situations.

On the first day of Iran-Korea Joint Program for Tax Cooperation”, the Iranian delegation,  visited the Korean Tax Museum where they came to the conclusion that the establishment of a similar museum in Iran may pave the way towards the promotion of tax culture in the country.

During the afternoon sessions, the organizational arrangements of the two tax administrations in question were put under discussion as well as their latest developments, modernization measures and the extent to which they have managed to make use of the IT technology for taxation purposes and the introduction of integrated tax systems. On the second day, the representatives of NTS made some presentations on the Korean tax policies and tax system and described their local and national taxes and the relevant tax laws and regulations. INTA representatives introduced the IRI tax structure. Representatives of the two parties involved, then, managed to make separate presentations on their tax incentives for foreign investors. A specific session was also devoted to the application of the Iran-Korea Double Taxation Avoidance Treaty and the potentials for a full implementation of that treaty. Further sessions were devoted to the introduction of NTS best practices in the areas of “tax audit and financial inspection” and “Korean Taxpayers Support System”. And at the very end of the joint program, a field visit was paid to Sungdong  Regional Tax Office.

Mr. Taghavi Nezhad appreciated the warm hospitality of NTS authorities and formally invited Mr. Lim Hwan-Soo, NTS Commissioner and Mr. Chang-Yung Moon, Korean Deputy Minister of Strategy and Finance for Tax and Customs for paying an official visit to the INTA. 



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