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ETR is clearly advocating the reduction of the costs of the public sector to a maximum of 40 percent of GDP already including state sponsored social security charges and state owned industrial acitivity.

ETR strongly hold the view that in time of global market pressure is on Europe to reduce it almost immoral taxation level. Europe can not sustain taxation levels of over 50% when the US and Japan and most other competitors have significantly lower burdens on their people and business. This has to change now.

The Flat Tax
von Robert E. Hall, Alvin Rabushka 
Hoover Institution Press (1. März 1995) 
Taschenbuch / Sprache Englisch 
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Which? Way to Save Tax
This guide aims to enable readers to plan tax-efficiency for the future. Simple and straightforward language helps cover all aspects of taxation and its effects on employment, families, homes, investments, inheritance and pensions. 
Published: 28 Sep 2000
The Daily Telegraph Tax Guide 2001
How to understand the tax system and look after your tax affairs efficiently and easily.This annual publication is now in its 25th edition. Written by chartered accountant David Genders, it provides a guide to your tax position, whether you're running your own business, working in the UK or abroad, retired or on a low income, married or single, employed, self-employed or unemployed. Key features include practical advice on filling in self-assessment returns, including worked examples, guidance on planning tax affairs for the year ahead, and full details on changes brought in by the Chancellor in the 2001 Budget.
Published: 20 Apr 2001
Tax Incentives and Foreign Direct Investment 
A Global SummaryForeign direct investment (FDI) is increasingly being recognised as an important factor in the economic development of countries. Besides bringing capital, it facilitates the transfer of technology, organisational and managerial practices and skills as well as access to international markets. More and more countries are striving to create a favourable and enabling climate to attract FDI as a policy priority. 
Published: 19 Mar 2001
The Modern VAT
Value-Added Tax or VAT, first introduced less than 50 years ago, is now a pivotal component of tax systems around the world. The rapid and seemingly irresistible rise of the VAT is probably the most important tax development of the latter twentieth century, and certainly the most breathtaking.
Published: 28 Nov 2001