Asia-Pacific Countries Must Improve Revenue Collection to Rebound from COVID-19
Collecting taxes more efficiently allows countries to improve their balance sheets after the pandemic while promoting business investment and sustainable economic growth.
Asia’s Developing Countries Need Bold Tax Reform to Rebound from the Pandemic
Tax revenue can be raised in a fair and reasonable way to provide much-needed public services and support the poor and disadvantaged still reeling from the pandemic.
Digitizing Asia’s Tax Agencies
The tax administration of the future will be digitized and use new technologies which revolutionize tax processes, enhancing speed and accuracy.
Filling the Finance Gap for a Green and Inclusive Recovery
Decreased tax revenues and increases in public spending due to COVID-19 make it imperative for developing Asian countries to mobilize private capital for the vast investments needed to achieve the SDGs.
How Can Tax Agencies Tackle the Impact of COVID-19?
Declining revenues and stuttering economies require that tax administrators in Asia and the Pacific innovate
How Digital Technology Can Raise Tax Revenue in Asia-Pacific
Asian economies are gradually making progress in transforming their tax administration in the digital age.
How Governments Can Use Tax Policy to Speed Pandemic Recovery
The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities for a fairer, more robust and more efficient tax revenue and spending system.
Is it Time to Tax the Use of Robots?
Governments in Asia will need to walk a fine line between securing adequate revenues, supporting displaced workers, and promoting growth and investment, in response to tax challenges posed by rapid robot deployment.
On the Road to a Speedy Economic Recovery: A Broad-Based Tax System is Key to Solomon Islands’ Pandemic Response
A more sustainable revenue base for the Pacific Island nation could better manage changing economic conditions and the impact of shocks such as COVID-19.
Taxing Digital Trade Could Speed Pandemic Recovery
Extending a value added tax (VAT) to more effectively capture e-commerce and digital services could yield significant short-term revenue and help ensure a level playing field between domestic and foreign players.