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The Value Added Tax

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  • Charles E. Mclure

    (American Enterprise Institute)

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    Interest in the value-added tax (VAT), a form of sales tax on consumption, will increase as the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings targets for deficit reduction become increasingly difficult to achieve through budget cuts. This monograph describes the implementation and economic effects of the VAT.

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    This book is provided by American Enterprise Institute in its series Books with number 725195 and published in 1987.
    ISBN: 978-0844736143
    Handle: RePEc:aei:rpbook:725195
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