Nations around the world are reducing corporate taxes, according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The report found that 21 economies have cut their corporate income tax rates. Eight economies have reduced the number of taxes paid by businesses. Thirty-six economies have made it easier to pay taxes, with the Dominican Republic leading the way in this respect, followed by Malaysia.  Twelve have improved their electronic filing and payments systems efficiency.

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