|  12.05.2017

EY Study: 30% of countries provide incentives to remain competitive in the context of international tax changes

Several countries reduce profit tax rates to increase attractiveness for investors. 46% of surveyed countries are expecting an increase in tax burden with the new rules on the setting and application of transfer pricing.

Global fiscal reforms and weak economic growth continue to have a strong impact on the international fiscal landscape, prompting countries to introduce new fiscal incentives to remain attractive in global competition, according to the EY Outlook for global tax policy in 2017 - outlining the views of EY leaders on Fiscal policies in 50 countries globally.


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