Pakistan assures extending tax incentives to Qatari businessmen

Pakistan assures extending tax incentives to Qatari businessmen

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has assured Qatar of extending tax incentives and cooperation to Qatari businessmen investing in the country.

Ambassador of Qatar to Pakistan Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdul Rahman Bin Faisal Al-Thani called on Chairman FBR Asim Ahmad at FBR Headquarters.

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Matters of mutual concern pertaining to cooperation in customs, trade facilitation and taxation were discussed in the meeting.

Chairman FBR assured that maximum facilitation will be extended to the Qatari businessmen investing in Pakistan.

He said that Pakistan greatly values the cooperation and support of Qatar in various fields especially in education and health sectors.

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During the meeting, it was agreed that relevant departments of both countries would further enhance cooperation in the field of customs and tax to benefit from best practices of each other to further boost bilateral trade between the two brotherly countries.

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Chairman FBR also briefed the Qatari Ambassador about the recent policy and administrative measures taken by FBR for further mobilization of revenue and facilitation of taxpayers.

Qatari Ambassador appreciated the performance of FBR in the last year as well as during the first two months of the current financial year.

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