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International training in Thailand for first MBA in Taxation batch of PIM


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The second group of students of the first batch of the MBA in Taxation (MBAT) in Asia of the Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) received their international training at Kasetsart University, Bangkok, one of the top five universities in Thailand.

The program focused on decisive management and taxation procedures and drew attention to the exemplary practices of both the Government and the Revenue Department of Thailand. The participants were addressed by officials of the Revenue Department and the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) in Thailand. These experiences broadened their outlook on the specialised field of taxation. The program was coordinated by Management Consultant Dilhan Goonetilleke with PIM Management Consultant Jayantha Newunhella.


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