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Value Added Taxation : Mechanism , Design , and Policy Issues

@inproceedings{Le2003ValueAT,
  title={Value Added Taxation : Mechanism , Design , and Policy Issues},
  author={Tuan Minh Le},
  year={2003}
}
  • T. Le
  • Published 2003
  • Economics
Introduction The idea of the value added taxation (VAT) traces back to the writing by von Siemens, a German businessman, in the 1920s. Not until 1948, however, was the tax first applied in France. At the beginning, France applied the GNP-based VAT covering up to the manufacturing level and subsequently replaced it with a consumption VAT in 1954. Theory and practice indicate that to be efficient, the VAT must be consumption-typed, broad-based, and applied through to the retail stage. Empirical… 

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