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African Tax Research Network extends date for conference abstracts

Any prospective speaker for this year's first African Tax Research Network (ATRN) congress has an extra two weeks to send their ideas to the organisers.

The ATRNhas announced that April 15 is the new closing date for abstract submissions for the conference, which will be held in Cape Town from September 2 to 4. 

The Network hopes the event will encourage academics, researchers, tax administrators, students, tax practitioners, consultants and decision-makerson fiscal and tax policy in Africa, to gather and discuss different aspects relating to national, regional and international tax matters.

The theme of the event is "Contemporary Tax Challenges for African Countries".  Abstracts should be submitted through: More details about the conference can be found here.


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