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0 2300 Self-employed or non-employed – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2400 Unallocable between 2 100. 0 Total 1. Unweighted average of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and United States. 4. 1 I. 4. 0 2300 Self-employed or non-employed – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2400 Unallocable between 2 100. 3 4300 Estate. 0 Total 1. Unweighted average. Excluding Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand and Slovak Republic. 1787/447381756818 45 I. TAX REVENUE TRENDS, 1965-2007/TENDANCES DES RECETTES FISCALES, 1965-2007 aggregates.

1787/443525740152 48 REVENUE STATISTICS 1965-2007/STATISTIQUES DES RECETTES PUBLIQUES 1965-2007 – ISBN 978-92-64-05139-3 – © OECD/OCDE 2008 I. TAX REVENUE TRENDS, 1965-2007/TENDANCES DES RECETTES FISCALES, 1965-2007 Chart B. Changes in tax to GDP ratio (in percentage points) Graphique B. 9) Portugal Ireland Iceland Spain Austria Germany Japan Greece France Turkey United States Italy -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Source: Table 3/tableau 3. 1787/443557532625 REVENUE STATISTICS 1965-2007/STATISTIQUES DES RECETTES PUBLIQUES 1965-2007 – ISBN 978-92-64-05139-3 – © OECD/OCDE 2008 49 I.

In Spain and Poland the SCG tax revenue share increased by more than 10 percentage points, while it decreased considerably in Norway and Turkey. Also, the share of tax revenue over which SCG have full or partial discretion rose. However, there were reductions in the degree of SCG discretion within categories “b” and “d”. States and regions gained more tax autonomy than local governments, revealed by the increase of category “a”. 3 37 TAX REVENUE TRENDS, 1965-2007/TENDANCES DES RECETTES FISCALES, 1965-2007 Länder I.

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