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The system allows countries to compete with one another in a manner that destabilises the system itself. Countries compete to attract economic activity and to favour ‘domestic’ companies…Such a goal is not easily reconciled with another goal often explicitly held by governments: ensuring that companies should pay to some country or countries a fair amount of tax on their global profits.
If nothing else, our leftist friends deserve credit for chutzpah.
All around the world, we see concrete evidence that big government leads to stagnation and decay… 1,453 more words
The most compelling graph I’ve ever seen was put together by Andrew Coulson, one of my colleagues at the Cato Institute. It shows that there’s been a huge increase in the size and cost of the government education bureaucracy in recent decades, but that student performance has been stagnant. 1,439 more words
This week’s autumn statement was more like a budget than this year’s budget, according to EY, with 59 policy measures listed in the full report compared to 56 in March. 407 more words