If there is a universal law of the free market, it must be the principle of competition, notably with regards to prices. Our walls, our screens, our media [JE NE COMPRENDS PAS] remind us of this every single day. Without this competition, technical progress would be of no benefit to consumers. Herein lies the crucial flaw of state-directed economies. The market always knows better than a commission of super technocrats what must be the correct price of a pair of shoelaces.Read more
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Global political leaders can’t seem to agree on much these days, except perhaps for one thing: cracking down on corporate tax avoidance. Over the past few months, more than 100 countries have signed on to the Inclusive Framework sponsored by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which sets common rules for addressing base erosion and profit shifting, commonly known as BEPS.Read more
Momentum 107 survey shows that almost six out of 10 people support developing areas of country parks that are of low ecological value.Read more
U.S. not committed to completing NAFTA talks by end of 2017: Trump’s trade czar.
Europe has corporate tax reform in its sights.
Today it is the German tax freedom day. ONLY 45.4 CENT OF EVERY EURO REMAIN AT TAXPAYERS’ FREE DISPOSALRead more
Dear WTA Members, Observers, and Friends:
Thank-you Benoîte Taffin
One of the great rewards of my involvement with WTA is the many people I’ve had the pleasure to meet and work with over the years.Read the full letter
According to Contribuables Associes, in 2017, the French taxpayers will have to work for the government up to July 24th.Read more
The Nepal Taxpayers’ Welfare Society recently released their Tax Freedom Day report.Read more
Nonoy Oplas, from Minimal Government Thinkers, analyzed the implications of this tax reform and offered the arguments to refute any tax hikes.Read more
Removing corporate welfare would allow for a six percentage point reduction in the company tax rate that would benefit all businesses equally.Read more
Swedish drivers are already paying about 60 billion in taxes (gas taxes and vehicle tax), but only about 25 billion goes to maintain and renew the road infrastructure.Read more