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Puerto Rico’s revival relies on re-establishing the certainty of death and taxes. The island’s governor, Ricardo Rosselló, on Tuesday put the official death toll from last year’s Hurricane Maria at 2,975, citing the calculations of an independent study he had commissioned. That’s a 46-fold increase on the initial count of just 64 fatalities. The delay […]

GPA, one of Brazil’s largest food retailers, reported quarterly results that soared past profit estimates on Tuesday due to significant tax re-calculations.

The Parliamentary Budget Office has cast its eye over the future of tax revenue in Australia, and says federal coffers will become more reliant on income tax.

Annual tax rises of £40bn will be needed if the government wants to keep spending constant and balance its books by 2025, a think tank has warned.

City bankers relocating to continental Europe post-Brexit could end up wealthier than those earning the same amount in Britain thanks to certain tax sweeteners, new analysis shows.

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