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OECD revenue statistics for Asia

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The OECD has published Revenue Statistics in Asian Countries: Trends in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines compiling comparable tax revenue statistics across these economies, with Japan and Korea.

The tax-to-GDP ratio has grown steadily since 2000 in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, but has remained relatively stable in recent years. In 2013, Indonesia had a tax-to-GDP ratio of 13.1 %, lower than the 16.2% reported in the Philippines and 16.9% in Malaysia. These were significantly below those of Korea and Japan and well below the OECD average of 34.1 %.


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