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    Estonia has the most competitive tax system in the world. At least, that’s what US-based think tank the Tax Foundation says. For seven consecutive years it has awarded the first place in its ranking to this country. And the truth is that it is not for nothing.

    If there is one country that can serve as a model for others, it is Estonia. This Baltic nation has shown that a strong welfare state is compatible with low taxes and economic growth. And all this from a really dismal starting point.

    In 1991, Estonia was a new republic that had just separated from the Soviet Union. Its history could have been the same as that of Ukraine or Belarus. But, to the surprise of the whole world, it has become a model of efficiency and prosperity. How did they achieve this? What are the key factors to Estonian public administration? In this video we tell you.

    How to pay taxes in Estonia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4Ncqee_26M

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