Countries With Lowest Social Security Rate For Companies - Bottom 10 World

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Social Security Rate For Companies Latest Reference
Bahamas
Kenya
Kosovo
Mozambique
New Zealand
Rwanda
South Africa
St Lucia
Thailand
Zambia

South Africa Social Security Rate For Companies was last reported at 1.00 percent. Source: South African Social Security Agency (SASSA). Forecast: 1 percent.
New Zealand Social Security Rate For Companies stands at 3.00 percent and is the lowest social security rate for companies. Source: New Zealand Inland Revenue Department. Forecast: 3 percent.
Mozambique Social Security Rate For Companies latest value is 4.00 percent. Source: National Institute of Social Security. Forecast: 4 percent.
Kenya Social Security Rate For Companies was last reported at 5.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 3rd lowest recorded social security rate for companies. Source: National Social Security Fund. Forecast: 5 percent.
Kosovo Social Security Rate For Companies stands at 5.00 percent and is the 4th lowest social security rate for companies. Source: Ministry Of Labour and Social Welfare. Forecast: 5 percent.
St Lucia Social Security Rate For Companies was last reported at 5.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 6th lowest recorded social security rate for companies. Source: National Insurance Corporation. Forecast: 5 percent.
Thailand Social Security Rate For Companies stands at 5.00 percent. Source: Thailand Revenue Department. Forecast: 5 percent.
Zambia Social Security Rate For Companies latest value is 5.00 percent, it is ranked as the 8th world's lowest social security rate for companies. Source: National Pension Scheme Authority. Forecast: 5 percent.
Bahamas Social Security Rate For Companies was last reported at 5.90 percent. It ranks as the world's 9th lowest recorded social security rate for companies. Source: Ministry of Labour and Immigration. Forecast: 5.9 percent.
The country with lowest Social Security Rate For Companies is South Africa (1.00 percent in 2016) followed by New Zealand (3.00 percent in 2016) in the second position and Mozambique (4.00 percent in 2016) in the third.