Périodicité: Tous les 18 mois
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SPECIAL FEATURES Enhancing Tax Revenue Strengthening the Banking System
This 1999 edition of OECD's periodic reviews of Mexico's economy includes special features on the tax system and on structural reform.
Tables des matières:
Assessment and Recommendations I. Recent Trends and Short-Term Prospects -The current economic cycle in perspective -The economy is slowing down -The labor market has improved -The disinflation process reversed in 1998 -The external balance has deteriorated -The short-term outlook II. Economic Policies -Overview -Monetary policy: Coping with external shocks -Fiscal policy: Adjusting to lower oil prices -Economic policy for 1999-2000 and longer-term considerations III. The Tax System: A Need for Strengthening the Revenue Raising Capacity -The economic and social context influencing the design of the tax system -Broad features of the Mexican tax system -Main issues for strengthening the tax system -Conclusion and options for further reform IV. Implementing Structural Reform: A Review of Progress -Developments in the banking sector -Progress in reforming the social security system -Enhancing human capital and other labor market issues -Increasing product market competition Annex I. Summary of tax reform measures, 1987-98 Annex II. Main issues in the tax mix discussion in OECD countries in the 1990s Annex III. The statutory tax regime, 1998