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Rethinking Subnational Taxes

6 View(s), published at 1999-12-01, written by Mr. Richard Miller Bird, published by International Monetary Fund
Rethinking Subnational Taxes

Rethinking subnational taxes by Mr. Richard Miller Bird The assignment of revenues in most developing and transitional countries to the central government has arguably facilitated irresponsible behavior by some subnational governments. One way to relieve t.... Published date on: 1999-12-01 with total page: 54 pages. Publisher of Rethinking Subnational Taxes is International Monetary Fund.

The assignment of revenues in most developing and transitional countries to the central government has arguably facilitated irresponsible behavior by some subnational governments. One way to relieve this problem is to strengthen subnational tax regimes. The paper proposes two approaches to accomplish such strengthening in developing countries. The first—most applicable to large countries with important regional governments—is to establish subnational value-added taxes (VATs); the second is to replace the various unsatisfactory state and local taxes imposed on business by a low-rate value-added tax levied on the basis of income (production, origin) rather than consumption (destination).

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