NBR MOVES TO STRENGTHEN INTELLIGENCE TO STOP TAX DODGING, MONEY LAUNDERING

The National Board of Revenue chairman has issued a set of instructions to stop tax dodging and money laundering and strengthen monitoring at the ports, with a huge target of revenue this fiscal year in the backdrop.

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