Centro Interamericano de Estudios Tributarios (CIET)
Centre interaméricain d'études fiscales
Inter-American Center of Tax Studies
May 1967, Panama, at 1st General Assembly, under Res 72-M-1967 of Inter-American Economic and Social Council (IA-ECOSOC). Statutes amended: May 1970, Montevideo (Uruguay); May 1972, Asunción (Paraguay); 1975, Ottawa (Canada). A joint activity of Organization of American States (OAS) with the Government of Argentina. Ceased to exist, Aug 1993, when merged with Inter-American Center for Training in Public Administration (CICAP) to create Inter-American Center of Taxation and Financial Administration (CITAF).Available with paid subscription only.
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