Tax structure in Latin America: its impact on the real economy and compliance
In this paper we review the structure of tax systems in Latin America and analyze their impact on the real economy-- economic growth, macro-economic stability, income redistribution and foreign direct investment--, and on the extent of informality –the size of the shadow economy—and ‘tax morale.’
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