Knowledge Exchange on Electronic Invoicing and Fiscal Risk (IADB-GU-T1277)

  • Guatemala
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  • Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
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$ 0.01 million
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Updated in EWS Mar 13, 2018

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Project Description

From the IDB: "To train public officials of member countries of the Council of Ministers of Finance of Central America, Panama, and Dominican Republic (COSEFIN) in Electronic Invoicing and Fiscal Risk. To meet this objective, we will finance the participation of public officials in two activities: (i) a seminar organized by the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) on the successful experience of electronic invoicing models and risk analysis (domestic taxes and customs) and (ii) the Network of Experts on Fiscal Risk Management of the Inter-American Center on Fiscal Administrations (CIAT), to be held in Guatemala. Both activities are jointly coordinated with CIAT and German Cooperation (GIZ), and are carried out within the joint technical assistance framework with the IDB."

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