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1 Sean Bray, Corporate Tax Rates around the World, 2021 1 (2021)

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FISCAL                    Sean Bray      Global Policy Analyst
No. 783
Nov. 2021                 Key Findings
- In 2021, 20 countries made changes to their statutory corporate income
tax rates. Three countries-Bangladesh, Argentina, and Gibraltar-increased
their top corporate tax rates, while 17 countries-including Chile, Tunisia, and
France-reduced their corporate tax rates.
- Comoros (50 percent), Puerto Rico (37.5 percent), and Suriname (36 percent)
are the jurisdictions with the highest corporate tax rates in the world, while
Barbados (5.5 percent), Uzbekistan (7.5 percent), and Turkmenistan (8
percent) levy the lowest corporate rates. Fifteen jurisdictions do not impose
corporate tax.
- The worldwide average statutory corporate income tax rate, measured across
180 jurisdictions, is 23.54 percent. When weighted by GDP, the average
statutory rate is 25.44 percent.
- Asia has the lowest regional average rate, at 19.62 percent, while Africa has
the highest regional average statutory rate, at 27.97 percent. However, when
weighted for GDP, Europe has the lowest regional average rate at 23.97
percent and South America has the highest at 31.03 percent.
- The average top corporate rate among EU27 countries is 21.30 percent,
23.04 percent among OECD countries, and 26.69 percent in the G7.
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