the International monetary fund the IMF to illustrate the April Fiscal Monitor, in its report, how the taxation and in particular tax fraud affect different countries on productivity.
the IMF writes, how the country can boost its productivity by developing as well as tax policies that the administration, where companies can invest and hire labor to their business and tax regulations terms.
monetary fund estimates that the taxation of developing countries real gross domestic product would rise on average by about one percentage point for 20 years.
the IMF illustrates an example of two almost identical software company, one of which paid less in taxes and its cost of capital, with statutory obligations, are smaller.
Less taxes paid by the company afford to make such investments, which are not that very well, while the higher taxes paid by the companies can afford to invest only in very productive activities.
total output would increase if capital would be transferred to lighter taxes that vista attempts to more heavily tax to be companies whose investments generate better.