Reforming Latin America's tax systems
Intelligence Series Banking
To counteract the fallout from the US-China trade war, and boost key sectors, governments across the region are tinkering with their tax systems and regulatory frameworks.
Figure - Quarterly GDP growth in Chile
Table of contents
- Is Chile's reform too regressive?
- Brazil's congress drives reform again
- Costa Rica's conundrum
- Moody's: 'Governments change their minds all the time based on pressure'
- Colombia's watered-down reform
- Peru's collection problem
Allan Brown, Rogerio Jelmayer, James Young and Ulric Rindebro
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