Is corporation tax good or bad for growth?

Workers prepare to stack containers at Thar Dry Port in Sanand in the western Indian state of Gujarat February 1, 2011. India's exports in December rose an annual 36.4 percent to $22.5 billion, while imports for the month fell 11.1 percent on the year to $25.1 billion, government data released on Tuesday showed. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS) - GM1E7211II501

Increased trade tariffs can lead to declines in output and productivity. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

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Tax Expert, KPMG International Cooperative
Christopher Morgan
Director, Global Tax, KPMG
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