Country’s revenue collection system a global role model By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 4th May, 2016, 00:00

The National Board of Revenue Chairman Md Nojibur Rhaman said the country’s revenue collection system, rules and regulations have become role model for the world community. NBR chairman came up…

Country’s revenue collection system a global role model

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