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    On these figures, the outlier here is France, well above the average. The Netherlands (38.8%) and Germany (37.5%) and the UK (33.3%) are all much more lightly taxed than France (46.2%). No doubt this feeds into the "gilets jaunes" unrest. The Netherland and Germany are both a bit above the average, and the UK a bit below. And yet all are more heavily taxed than, say Ireland (22.8%), the US (27.1%), or Australia (28.7%).


    On these figures, the outlier here is France, well above the average. The Netherlands (38.8%) and Germany (37.5%) and the UK (33.3%) are all much more lightly taxed than France (46.2%). No doubt this feeds into the “gilets jaunes” unrest.

    The Netherland and Germany are both a bit above the average, and the UK a bit below. And yet all are more heavily taxed than, say Ireland (22.8%), the US (27.1%), or Australia (28.7%).



    Published on 06 Dec 2018 at 02:52PM

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