WORLD TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATIONS

  • WTA Chairman’s Update #7: October-December 2017 28.10.2017
    Dear WTA Members, Observers, and Friends: Events: Regional Taxpayers Forum Bangkok Thailand, December 8-10, 2017 The second WTA-sponsored Regional Taxpayers Forum of 2017 will take place in Bangkok Thailand, December 8-10. The World Taxpayers Associations along with Asia-Pacific Taxpayers Union are pleased to invite Asian and international delegates to join us in an exchange of ideas and […]
  • Over-Regulation, Government Bureaucracy and Unnecessary Taxes are Bleeding Britons Dry 18.10.2017
    Nearly every basic necessity in Britain – housing, food, transport, energy – is made more expensive by government intervention and taxation. So-called “compassionate” policies proposed by politicians are actually having the opposite effect, and making life worse for all of us.
  • The Future of Europe 13.10.2017
    The Taxpayers Association of Ukraine in collaboration with the Taxpayers Association of Europe is inviting taxpayers groups, and not only, to join them in Kiev for the European conference: “The Future of Europe”.
  • Say No to any type of tax harmonization inside the EU! 19.09.2017
    If there is a universal law of the free market, it must be the principle of competition, notably with regards to prices. Our walls, our screens, our media [JE NE COMPRENDS PAS] remind us of this every single day. Without this competition, technical progress would be of no benefit to consumers. Herein lies the crucial […]
  • Misleading Claims about Multi-National Corporate Tax Avoidance 02.09.2017
    Global political leaders can’t seem to agree on much these days, except perhaps for one thing: cracking down on corporate tax avoidance. Over the past few months, more than 100 countries have signed on to the Inclusive Framework sponsored by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which sets common rules for addressing base […]
  • Hong Kong: Majority back using park areas for housing 25.08.2017
    Momentum 107 survey shows that almost six out of 10 people support developing areas of country parks that are of low ecological value.

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