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        • 23 Jul 2020
        • OECD
        • Pages: 164
        Revenue Statistics in Asian and Pacific Economies is jointly produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration (CTP) and the OECD Development Centre (DEV) with the co-operation of...
        Este capítulo presenta el Programa de Educación Cívico-Tributaria de Bután. Para ello, comienza por dar una visión global del programa al completo y sus objetivos, y continúa centrándose en un elemento en concreto: los talleres de contabilidad para...
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        This chapter presents Bhutan’s taxpayer education programme. It first gives an overview of the whole programme and its objectives, followed by a focus on one specific element, the bookkeeping workshops for small and micro-enterprises. It subsequently...
        Spanish, French
        Ce chapitre présente le programme d’éducation des contribuables du Bhoutan. Il décrit d'abord les objectifs généraux du programme, suivi d’un point sur un élément spécifique, les ateliers de comptabilité destinés aux petites entreprises. Il examine...
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        The Kingdom of Bhutan is known internationally for its exemplary efforts to safeguard the environment. In 2006, the National Environment Commission decided to move beyond safeguarding and implement Bhutan’s concept of gross national happiness (Royal ...
        Bhutan signed UNCAC in 2005 but has not yet ratified the Convention as of April 2010. It is not a member of the APG. Bhutan’s legal system is based on British common law and Indian law. Its criminal bribery offences have not been externally reviewed.
        Bhutan upholds the concept of gender equality. The status of women is largely influenced by the country’s Buddhist traditions and values, which view men and women as equals. Because of this general view of equality, however, the country has not yet ...
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