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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 16:23

Minister Of Finance To Meet With PSA On Revenue Authority

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The Ministry of Finance wishes to confirm that the Minister of Finance, the Honourable Colm Imbert, has arranged to meet with the President of the Public Services Association, Mr. Watson Duke, on Monday, November 13th, 2017 to discuss the establishment of the proposed Trinidad and Tobago Revenue Authority.

The purpose of this meeting is to clarify the Government’s aims and objectives with respect to the Trinidad and Tobago Revenue Authority and to clear up any misconceptions that may exist, including the implications for public officers of the proposed new arrangements for revenue collection. 

Accordingly, in view of this upcoming meeting, it is expected that public officers in the Customs and Excise Division and Board of Inland Revenue will report for duty as normal during this week.

 

- Ministry of Finance

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