Q&A: Kamal Taib Wartyi, head of the KRG Directorate of Taxation
To diversify its revenue streams, Kurdistan is making new efforts to collect taxes - including, potentially, from oil companies.
Kamal Taib Wartyi, the head of the KRG Directorate of Taxation, in his office in Erbil on April 16, 2017. (RAWAZ TAHIR/Iraq Oil Report)
ERBIL - The ongoing financial crisis has revealed the problematic extent to which the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), like the rest of Iraq, depends overwhelmingly on oil revenue.
One element of the government's response has been to make new efforts to collect taxes.
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