Seychelles to reform tax rates after OECD report

Pedro Gonçalves
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The government of Seychelles will  reveal a series of tax reforms by the end of April aimed at broadening the business tax base and realigning the tax rates, a government official said. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development published a report that provides an in-depth, comparative analysis of Seychelles' tax system and makes recommendations for tax reform. Despite significant tax reforms in recent years, Seychelles' tax system needs to be fairer and more sustainable, in particular through a rebalancing of its business tax, according to the report. Currently, bus...

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