Limited Horizons: The 2008 Report on Federal and Provincial Budgetary Tax Policies
Canadian governments are undercutting progress in reducing corporate income and capital taxes with counter-productive policies that impose unequal tax burdens across assets and industries. The study highlights priorities for improving the tax system by reducing taxes on capital investment and labour.
Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 270 (July)
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