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Appendix I. Seminar Participants

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Alan Tait
Published Date:
June 1991
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Bangladesh

S.M. Akram

Member

National Board of Revenue

Fouzul Kabir Khan

First Secretary

National Board of Revenue

China

Wang Pingwu

Deputy Commissioner

State Tax Bureau

Wang Yukang

Deputy Division Chief

Foreign Affairs Department

State Tax Bureau

Fiji

Abid Ali

Comptroller, Customs and Excise

S.T. Mailekai

Commissioner of Inland Revenue

India

K.C. Thomas

Joint Director

Department of Economic Affairs

K.C. Singh

Deputy Secretary

Central Excise

Department of Revenue

Indonesia

Dono Iskandar

Head, Board for State Finance, Credits and Balance of Payments Analysis

Ministry of Finance

Waluyo Daryadi KS

Director of Value-Added Tax and Other Indirect Taxes

Directorate General of Taxation

Bambang Kusumanto

Head, Division for Government Revenue Analysis

Board for State Finance, Credits and Balance of Payments Analysis

Ministry of Finance

M. Ridwan

Head of Sub-Directorate of Value-Added Tax

Directorate General of Taxation

Korea

Ji-Soon Yim

Director

Excise Tax Division

Ministry of Finance

Jae-Woo Moon

Deputy Director

Excise Tax Division

Ministry of Finance

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Liang Insisiengmay

Deputy Director

Tax Department

Rattanatay Luanglatbandith

Ministry of Finance

Malaysia

Inderjit Singh

Principal Assistant Secretary

Tax Division

Ministry of Finance

Boon Oon Seang

Director of Customs

Royal Customs and Excise Department

Myanmar

U Nyi Nyi Yin

Director

Internal Revenue Department

Ministry of Finance

U Nay Win

Deputy Director

Internal Revenue Department

Ministry of Finance

Nepal

N.R. Tiwari

Director General

Tax Department

P.R. Ligal

Economic Adviser

Ministry of Finance

Pakistan

G.A. Jahangir Khan

Member (GST)

Central Board of Revenue

Falak Sher

Chief (GST)

Central Board of Revenue

Philippines

Jose Ong

Commissioner

Bureau of Internal Revenue

Victor Deoferio

Deputy Commissioner

Bureau of Internal Revenue

Singapore

Yena Lim Hua Yen

Assistant Director

Fiscal Policy Monitoring

Goh Khee Kuan

Deputy Commissioner of Inland Revenue

Sri Lanka

K. Shanmugalingam

Director

Fiscal Policy and Revenue

Treasury

T. Ratnasundaran

Commissioner of Inland Revenue

Thailand

Somchai Richupan

Deputy Director General

Fiscal Policy Office

Viet Nam

Tran Xuan Thang

Director, Tax Department

Ministry of Finance

Nguyen Ba Toan

Specialist

Ministry of Finance

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