Comparative Study: Tax Systems in Six Arab Countries
This study is based on a two-year research project carried out by the ANND in Collaboration with several national organizations and institutions. The report includes analysis of the tax regimes in four Arab countries (Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Morocco) and case studies of tax systems in Tunisia and Egypt. The resulting comparative report on the tax systems of the six aforementioned countries, is a tool for analyzing tax policies as a means of redistribution and mobilization of local resources and could correct some of the economic imbalances arising from the presence of special privileges for a particular social segment inside Arab societies.
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