Bulgaria and Greece Step up Exchange of Information to Combat Tax Evasion

Bulgaria and Greece Step up Exchange of Information to Combat Tax Evasion

The head of the revenue agencies of Bulgaria and Greece have held talks on continuing and deepening co-operation on exchanging information and countering tax evasion, the National Revenue Agency in Sofia said on January 22.
Bulgaria's National Revenue Agency head, Galya Dimitrova, and her Greek counterpart Georgios Pitsilis discussed issues including the effect of the double tax agreement between the two countries.
They agreed that as soon as possible, specific amendments to the agreement should be drafted to reduce tax evasion, the revenue agency statement said.
Also agreed was the speeding up of the exchange of information between revenue offices on check-up procedures and data on tax evasion.

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