Introducing taxation policy of profit for companies in Romania and other european union member states
AbstractTaking into account the EU enlargement process the problem of establishing the various levels of tax rates of interest in the context of the policy runs the national tax policy states with influence over capital flows. Quantifying corporate tax rates of companies are the most visible attribute of the structure of company taxation in an economy, while being only one factor among many determining the tax, resulting in a significant economic impact in a state.
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Date of creation: 2009
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profit tax; taxation levels; tax harmonization;
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