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Answer #1 | 25/08 2008 13:39
Brazilian taxation police is very complicated, unfortunatelly. It´s impossible to explain it on Y!answers. You can find the taxation charge at this site: http://www.receita.fazenda.gov.br/Historico/Arrecadac ao/Carga_Fiscal/default.htm but it´s in portuguese. You can use Babel fish to translate it to English. I´ll show you a resume: em 1947 = 13,8% do PIB; em 1965 = 19% do PIB; em 1970 = 26% do PIB; em 1986 = 26,2% do PIB; em 1988 = 26,4% do PIB; em 1990 = 30,5% do PIB; em 1991 = 25,21% do PIB; em 1992 = 25,85% do PIB; em 1993 = 25,72% do PIB; em 1994 = 29,46% do PIB; em 1995 = 37,3% do PIB; em 1996 = 28,97% do PIB; em 1997 = 29,03% do PIB; em 1998 = 29,74% do PIB; em 1999 = 32,15% do PIB; em 2000 = 33,18% do PIB; em 2001 = 34,7% do PIB; em 2002 = 36,45% do PIB; em 2003 = 34,92% do PIB; em 2004 = 35,88% do PIB; em 2005 = 37,37% do PIB. PIB means GDP.
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