Inter-American Centre for Tax Administrations
Centre interaméricain des administrations fiscales
Centro Interamericano de Administraciones Tributarias (CIAT)
Centro Interamericano de Administrações Tributarias
Founded 1 May 1967, Panama, as Inter-American Centre for Tax Administrators -- Centre interaméricain des administrateurs fiscaux -- Centro Interamericano de Administradores Tributarios -- Centro Interamericano de Administradores Tributarios, at the Constitutive General Assembly, when Bylaws were adopted. Bylaws partially amended at subsequent assemblies: 1970, Montevideo (Uruguay); 1972, Asunción (Paraguay); 1975, Ottawa (Canada); 1987, Ottawa; 1989, Montevideo; 1991, Washington DC (USA); 1993, Santiago (Chile); 1997, Buenos Aires (Argentina); 2000, Washington DC; 2001, Santiago; 2003, Cancún (Mexico); 2004, Cochabamba (Bolivia); 2005 Buenos Aires. Registered in accordance with the law of Panama, 30 Jan 1969.
Promote an environment of mutual cooperation; provide a forum for the exchange of experiences among its members, assisting them in improving their tax administrations based upon their needs.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Council; Executive Secretariat; national representatives (directors of tax administrations); Body of Correspondents.
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