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  • 8-décembre-2010

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    Subventions aux combustibles fossiles

    Au Sommet de Pittsburgh, en septembre 2009, les dirigeants du G20 sont convenus « d’éliminer progressivement et de rationaliser à moyen terme les subventions inefficaces accordées aux combustibles fossiles qui encouragent la surconsommation ».

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  • 8-décembre-2010

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    Des réformes fiscales pour améliorer la performance économique

    Beaucoup de gouvernements doivent faire face à des niveaux de déficits et d’endettement sans précédent. Les dépenses publiques ont augmenté et les moyens de les financer ont diminué suite à la chute des recettes publiques – plus de 10 % dans certains pays.

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  • 3-December-2010

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    Tax policy reform and fiscal consolidation

    Given the current high levels of budget deficits and government debt, Governments recognize that they need to consolidate their budgets. Taxes can give rise to a multitude of disincentives to work, invest and innovate, with adverse effects on economic growth and welfare.

  • 3-December-2010

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    Tax Policy Study No. 20 - Tax Policy Reform and Economic Growth

    In the wake of the recent financial and economic crisis, how OECD countries can face the challenge of restoring public finances without jeopardising economic growth?

  • 3-December-2010

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    Tax Policy Study No. 19: Choosing a Broad Base – Low Rate Approach to Taxation

    Many countries will likely face the need to increase tax revenues, as part of fiscal consolidation, during the next few years. But how is this best done? And what are the considerations when choosing between raising tax rates and broadening the tax base by scaling back or abolishing targeted tax provisions (such as allowances, exemptions and preferential rates)? This report aims to answer such questions by taking a close look at the

  • 2-December-2010

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    Tax Reform: Restoring Growth

    Given the current high levels of budget deficits and government debt, Governments recognize that they need to consolidate their budgets. Taxes can give rise to a multitude of disincentives to work, invest and innovate, with adverse effects on economic growth and welfare. But how can such distortions be minimised?

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