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Foreign companies must pay their taxes- Afghan House of Representatives

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Foreign companies must pay their taxes- Afghan House of Representatives

House of representativesThe Afghan House of Representatives has called on the government to collect taxes from foreign companies before they shut down their business in Afghanistan.

This comes as a number of foreign companies have been accused of not paying taxes to the government.

The Economic Commission of the House said a number of foreign companies, who have been carrying logistics services for NATO and American troops, owed millions of dollars in taxes to the government.

The Commission insisted on the collection of taxes from these companies, whose businesses are coming to an end in Afghanistan.

According to the Economic Commission, Supreme Group is one of the foreign companies that owe about 150 million AFN in taxes to the government.

Despite several notices from the Economic Commission, no tax payment has yet been made by Supreme Group.

The Supreme Group has operated in Afghanistan for more than 10 years in support of many of the world’s leading organizations, governments and diplomatic missions. (supreme-group.net)

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