THE Ministry of Finance (MoF) continued its Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) Roadshow yesterday at the Main Hall of the Tutong District Civic Centre Complex.
The objective of the roadshow was to create awareness and better understanding about the reforms that the MoF has implemented to support the ease of doing business in areas such as facilitating trading across borders, the provision of laws pertaining to the Protection of Minority Investors, Changes to the Payment of Taxes, the Process of Resolving Company Insolvency and the Process of Starting a Business.
The roadshow also featured various booths from various agencies such as the Treasury Department, Royal Customs and Excise Department, Employees Trust Fund (TAP), Revenue Section, Registration of Companies and Business Names (ROCBN) Division, as well as Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD), the Postal Services Department, Maritime and Ports Authority of Brunei Darussalam (PBMP), Ease of Doing Business Unit, Energy and Industry Department, DARe (Darussalam Enterprise), Bank Usahawan and Brunei Darussalam Accounting Standards Council (BDASC).
The department representatives were also on hand to deliver presentations outlining the inner workings of their departments and showing how to properly make use of the reformed systems and how they contribute to the ease of doing business.
A question-and-answer session was held at the end of the presentations. Similar roadshows were held previously in other districts.
One of the information booths.
Officials from the Ministry of Finance and other agencies during a presentation relating to EoDB in Brunei Darussalam at the Main Hall of Tutong District Civic Centre Complex
Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin, Tuesday, April 10, 2018