Revenue Mobilization and Development

April 27, 2011 · Нийтэлсэн: · Сэтгэгдэл үлдээх   Post to Twitter

A core challenge for many developing countries is to improve their domestic revenue mobilization—to raise more, in ways that are more efficient, fairer and better promote good governance.

The aim of this conference, marking the launch of two trust funds to support the Fund’s technical assistance in this area, is to bring together leading policy makers and academics, business and civil society to improve decisions and advice by learning from successes and failures of the past, and from the most recent academic advances. In doing so, and drawing lessons from the IMF conference in Nairobi on March 21-22, hosted by the Kenya Government, it will also inform the response to the G20’s recent request in this area.

The main sessions comprise brief presentations by leading experts and country officials, followed by discussants’ remarks and open discussion.

Anne Geourjon-University of Auvergne-Reforming indirect taxation

Carole Nakhle-Energy Economist, University of Surrey-Mining And Petrolium Taxation.Principle And Practice

Elfrieda Tamba-Deputy Minister,Liberia-Managing Technical Assistance Liberia’s Experience

Gerard Chambas-Research Director, University of Auvergne-Decentralization of Taxation in Africa

Harry.M.Kitillya -Commissioner General,Tanzania Revenue Authority,Tanzania-Tax administration reforms in Tanzania-experience and challenges

Janine Juggins-Global Head of Tax,Rio Tinto-The Role of Technical Assistance.An Industry Perspective

Michael Keen-Senior Advisor,Fiscal Affairs Department,IMF-Trends,challenges and opportunities

Nasiruddin Ahmed-Chairman, National Board of Revenue,Bangladish-Reforming Tax Policy and Administration in Bangladish

Rajul Awasthi-Senior Specialist,International Finance Corporation-MSME Taxation and State Building

Viralee Lattibea-Commissioner General-Reform and Modernisation Role of technical assistance


Tax Reforms in Georgia

  • New tax code based on the best international practices;
  • Introduction of internationally accepted methods and practices;
  • Introduction of different taxation regimes for taxpayers according to their needs – SMEs;
  • Further elimination of bureaucratic barriers;

–Sharp reduction in tax compliance costs through IT enhancement – – e-services

–Final shape of Georgian customs – risk based, minimal human interference, streamlined clearance (10 minutes rule)


Rusudan Kemularia-Deputy Minister of Finance, Georgia-Tax Reforms in Georgia