Is corporation tax good or bad for growth?

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

Jane McCormick

Tax Expert, KPMG International Cooperative

Christopher Morgan

Head of Global Tax Policy, KPMG


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Corporate Income Tax (CIT) revenues in 2000 and 2016. Image: Global Revenue Statistics Database

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