I peggiori paesi per tasse sulle aziende

Mai scegliere un paese solo per la bassa tassazione, stabilità, sicurezza, cultura, istruzione, sanità, qualità della vita, scarsa burocrazia e corruzione sono altrettanto e forse piú importanti

MALTA emerge con sempre maggiore visibilità tra le destinazioni di vita e affari eccellenti in Europa e nel mondo, qui puoi comprendere le motivazioni e i servizi di MALTAway.

Ma se almeno vuoi stare alla larga dai paesi con la tassazione per le società peggiore del mondo , ecco una lista dei 25 da dimenticare

To measure tax it uses the World Bank’s total tax rate, which accounts for all the taxes on businesses themselves rather than the employees.

Business Insider took a look at the countries with total tax rates of more than 50%. Check them out below.

The 25 countries with the highest tax rates in the world

25. Spain: 50% — Spain has reduced its overall rates from 58% to 50%, dropping out of the top 5 highest tax rates for businesses in Europe.

24. Japan: 51.3% — Japan’s high tax rates have weighed on the country’s ranking in the WEF’s competitiveness index. Japan came in at 8th this year, losing three places.

T=22. Mexico: 51.7% — Government corruption and bureaucracy are the main hurdles to doing business in Mexico, despite the high tax rates, according to the WEF.

T=22. Austria: 51.7% — Austria has some interesting quirks with its tax system. For example, couples are taxed separately even when they are married.

21. Ukraine: 52.2% — Businesses in Ukraine have to contend not only with serious geopolitical concerns, but also with some of the highest taxes in Europe.

20. Sri Lanka: 55.2% — While Sri Lanka’s tax rates are high, the WEF cites policy instability and poor access to financing as bigger hindrances to doing business in the country.

19. Costa Rica: 58% — The small nation is one of a few countries in Central America to have a tax rate well in excess of 50%. This is part down to high levels of tax activism in recent years, which has led policymakers to increase total taxes.

18. Belgium: 58.4% — The home of the European Union has the fourth-highest rate of tax in the eurozone and the highest outside the “big five” Euro countries.

18. Belgium: 58.4% — The home of the European Union has the fourth-highest rate of tax in the eurozone and the highest outside the "big five" Euro countries.

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17. Tunisia: 59.9% — Tunisia’s rate is high, but has decreased from over 62% recorded last year by the WEF.

16. India: 60.6% — The efficiency of India’s domestic market is hindered by fiscal regulations that allow federal states to levy different levels of value-added taxes.

15. France: 62.7% — The current government has overhauled the tax system and cut corporate levies, but France still has higher levels of tax than its European peers.

15. France: 62.7% — The current government has overhauled the tax system and cut corporate levies, but France still has higher levels of tax than its European peers.

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T=13. Benin: 63.3% — The World Bank says the country’s corporate income tax runs to only 15.9%, but a bundle of other taxes raise the total rate imposed on businesses significantly.

T=13. Gambia: 63.3% — Without major natural resources, Gambia is among the poorest nations in the world. Taxes on turnover rather than profit raise rates for businesses significantly.

T=13. Gambia: 63.3% — Without major natural resources, Gambia is among the poorest nations in the world. Taxes on turnover rather than profit raise rates for businesses significantly.

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12. Chad: 63.5% — Like Gambia, Chad relies on agriculture and is extremely poor. It taxes 1.5% of turnover or 40% or profits, depending on which is higher.

12. Chad: 63.5% — Like Gambia, Chad relies on agriculture and is extremely poor. It taxes 1.5% of turnover or 40% or profits, depending on which is higher.

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11. Nicaragua: 63.9% — The country suffers from high levels of government bureaucracy, as well as high tax rates, according to the WEF.

11. Nicaragua: 63.9% — The country suffers from high levels of government bureaucracy, as well as high tax rates, according to the WEF.

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10. Italy: 64.8% — Italy’s high tax rate is the single most problematic factor for doing business in the country, according to the WEF, beating its government bureaucracy.

9. Venezuela: 65% — The economy of Venezuela is wracked by inflation, crime and corruption, according to the WEF. It pursued a higher-tax model, with dramatic increases in taxes for foreign oil companies under former President Hugo Chavez.

9. Venezuela: 65% — The economy of Venezuela is wracked by inflation, crime and corruption, according to the WEF. It pursued a higher-tax model, with dramatic increases in taxes for foreign oil companies under former President Hugo Chavez.

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8. China: 67.8% — China faces a worsening fiscal situation—the budget deficit more than doubled between 2014 and 2015, to reach 2.7% of GDP.

8. China: 67.8% — China faces a worsening fiscal situation—the budget deficit more than doubled between 2014 and 2015, to reach 2.7% of GDP.

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7. Brazil: 69.2% — Brazil is losing competitiveness fast. In the context of negative terms of trade shocks and political turmoil, the country fell six positions to 81st.

7. Brazil: 69.2% — Brazil is losing competitiveness fast. In the context of negative terms of trade shocks and political turmoil, the country fell six positions to 81st.

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6. Colombia: 69.7% — The country has reduced its rate from over 73% last year, but it is still one of the highest in the world.

5. Mauritania: 71.3% — In 2013, this agriculture-dependent country brought in a withholding tax of 15% to stop people from moving payments to non-residents.

5. Mauritania: 71.3% — In 2013, this agriculture-dependent country brought in a withholding tax of 15% to stop people from moving payments to non-residents.

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4. Algeria: 72.7% — Algeria has the highest total tax rate in Africa.

4. Algeria: 72.7% — Algeria has the highest total tax rate in Africa.

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3. Tajikistan: 81.8% — The country in Central Asia has increased its rate from 80.9% last year, according to the WEF.

2. Bolivia: 83.7% — Bolivia’s transaction tax skims 60% of company profits, even before other taxes are taken into account.

1. Argentina: 137.4% — The country’s turnover tax alone eats up nearly 90% of corporate earnings, before taxes on salaries and financial transactions are taken into account.

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