OECD’S REPORT ON “WHICH COUNTRIES HAVE MORE REVENUE” IN 2016




Mustafa AY – TDO – 26.11.2017 OECD, which is an impartial economic think tank institution, released 2016’s revenue proportions. OECD carried out its research by applying distinct criteria so that they could make just appearance of the country’s economic earning from the publics they ruled. All types of taxations ranging from income taxes, social security contributions, property taxes to taxation on goods and services included in the research.

According to the result of the report, highest taxing country which levied more taxation over the society they ruled is Denmark. Denmark ranked to the top of the list with 45.9 percent total revenue. 2nd line of the list belongs to France with 45.3 total revenue. 3rd line of the list belongs to Belgium with 44.2 percent total revenue. As for Turkey, Turkey ranked to be 32nd with 25.5 percent total revenue and comes after 31st USA with 26 percent total revenue.