FIRCA definition

Examples of FIRCA in a sentence

FIRCA had estimated that the tax incentives for tourism had cost F$93 million in revenue forgone from 1998-03 (FRC, 2004).

FIRCA serves production sectors and public sector bodies responsible for funding applied research, agricultural consultancy, vocational training and capacity building programmes for agricultural and forestry organisations.

Registered foreign (and domestic) investors must apply to the Fiji Islands Customs and Revenue Authority (FIRCA) for duty and tax concessions, including for tourist-related benefits under the Hotels Aid Act (previously administered by the Ministry of Tourism).

The Customs Service of the Fiji Islands Revenue & Customs Authority (FIRCA) is responsible for all customs matters.

As for FIRCA, it finances agricultural research and extension activities.

Customs clerks, who are authorized to clear and facilitate documentation of imports (and exports), must meet certain qualification requirements (Diploma in Customs Business from Fijian Institute) and, like customs agents, brokers, and customs carriers, be licensed by FIRCA.

The Recipient shall take all action required on its behalf to cause FIRCA to operate as the National Coordination Unit throughout Project implementation, headed by the Project Coordinator, under terms of reference and with resources satisfactory to the Association.

The Council will issue country-specific guidance to highlight unrealisticfinanced through additional rev-enue streams.

The journal contains articles on a wide range of energy economic issues, as well as book reviews, notes and special notices to members.• Newsletter: The IAEE Newsletter, published four times a year, announces coming events, such as conferences and workshops; gives detail of IAEE international affiliate activities; and provides special reports and information on an international basis.

Commercial importers and customs agents must be registered with FIRCA and have a Tax Identification Number (TIN).

Related to FIRCA

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