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Taxation: Key tables from OECD - ISSN 2075-8510 - © OECD 2009

 Total tax revenue
 As a percentage of gross domestic product
 
 
 
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
 
Australia
29.6
 
30.5
 
30.6
 
31.1
 
30.8
 
30.6
 
30.8
 
..
 
 
Austria
45.3
 
44.0
 
43.8
 
43.4
 
42.3
 
41.8
 
42.3
 
42.9
 
 
Belgium
44.9
 
45.0
 
44.6
 
44.8
 
44.7
 
44.4
 
43.9
 
44.3
 
 
Canada
34.8
 
33.7
 
33.7
 
33.6
 
33.4
 
33.5
 
33.3
 
32.2
 
 
Czech Republic
35.6
 
36.3
 
37.3
 
37.8
 
37.6
 
37.1
 
37.4
 
36.6
 
 
Denmark
48.4
 
47.8
 
48.0
 
49.0
 
50.8
 
49.6
 
48.7
 
48.3
 
 
Finland
44.6
 
44.6
 
44.0
 
43.5
 
44.0
 
43.5
 
43.0
 
42.8
 
 
France
44.0
 
43.4
 
43.2
 
43.5
 
43.9
 
44.0
 
43.5
 
43.1
 
 
Germany
36.1
 
35.4
 
35.5
 
34.8
 
34.8
 
35.6
 
36.2
 
36.4
 
 
Greece
32.9
 
33.6
 
32.2
 
31.1
 
31.4
 
31.2
 
32.0
 
31.3
 
 
Hungary
38.1
 
37.9
 
37.6
 
37.6
 
37.3
 
37.1
 
39.5
 
40.1
 
 
Iceland
35.4
 
35.3
 
36.7
 
38.0
 
40.6
 
41.5
 
40.9
 
36.0
 
 
Ireland
29.1
 
28.0
 
28.5
 
29.9
 
30.4
 
31.7
 
30.8
 
28.3
 
 
Italy
42.0
 
41.4
 
41.8
 
41.0
 
40.8
 
42.3
 
43.5
 
43.2
 
 
Japan
27.3
 
26.2
 
25.7
 
26.3
 
27.4
 
28.0
 
28.3
 
..
 
 
Korea
23.0
 
23.2
 
23.9
 
23.2
 
23.9
 
25.0
 
26.5
 
26.6
 
 
Luxembourg
39.7
 
39.3
 
38.1
 
37.2
 
37.6
 
35.8
 
36.5
 
38.3
 
 
Mexico
17.1
 
16.5
 
17.4
 
17.1
 
18.1
 
18.3
 
18.0
 
20.4
 
 
Netherlands
38.2
 
37.5
 
36.9
 
37.3
 
38.5
 
38.9
 
37.5
 
..
 
 
New Zealand
33.0
 
34.4
 
34.2
 
35.3
 
37.4
 
36.6
 
35.7
 
34.5
 
 
Norway
42.9
 
43.1
 
42.3
 
43.3
 
43.5
 
44.0
 
43.6
 
42.1
 
 
Poland
32.6
 
33.1
 
32.6
 
31.7
 
33.0
 
34.0
 
34.9
 
..
 
 
Portugal
33.8
 
34.5
 
34.7
 
33.9
 
34.7
 
35.5
 
36.4
 
36.5
 
 
Slovak Republic
33.2
 
33.2
 
33.1
 
31.6
 
31.4
 
29.4
 
29.4
 
29.3
 
 
Spain
33.8
 
34.2
 
34.2
 
34.6
 
35.7
 
36.7
 
37.2
 
33.0
 
 
Sweden
49.8
 
47.9
 
48.3
 
48.7
 
49.5
 
49.0
 
48.3
 
47.1
 
 
Switzerland
29.5
 
29.9
 
29.2
 
28.8
 
29.2
 
29.3
 
28.9
 
29.4
 
 
Turkey
26.1
 
24.6
 
25.9
 
24.1
 
24.3
 
24.5
 
23.7
 
23.5
 
 
United Kingdom
36.1
 
34.6
 
34.3
 
34.9
 
35.8
 
36.6
 
36.1
 
35.7
 
 
United States
28.8
 
26.5
 
25.9
 
26.1
 
27.5
 
28.2
 
28.3
 
26.9
 
 
EU19
38.9
 
38.5
 
38.4
 
38.2
 
38.7
 
38.6
 
38.8
 
..
 
 
EU15
39.9
 
39.4
 
39.2
 
39.2
 
39.7
 
39.8
 
39.7
 
..
 
 
OECD - Europe
37.9
 
37.6
 
37.5
 
37.4
 
37.9
 
38.0
 
38.0
 
..
 
 
OECD - Total
35.5
 
35.2
 
35.1
 
35.1
 
35.7
 
35.8
 
35.8
 
..
 
 
OECD - America
26.9
 
25.6
 
25.7
 
25.6
 
26.3
 
26.7
 
26.5
 
26.5
 
 
OECD - Pacific
28.2
 
28.5
 
28.6
 
29.0
 
29.9
 
30.0
 
30.4
 
..
 
Last updated: 10 December 2009
Source: OECD (2009), Revenue statistics: Comparative tables, OECD Tax Statistics (database)
 

This table includes total tax revenue as a percentage of GDP. The table is part of the key table collection on tax.

Years covered: :
2001-2008

Countries covered: 

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Slovak Republic
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
 
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