Countries With Highest Corporate Tax Rate - Top 10 World

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Corporate Tax Rate Latest Reference
United Arab Emirates
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Guam
Guinea
Malta
Puerto Rico
Suriname
United States
Zambia

United Arab Emirates Corporate Tax Rate was last reported at 55.00 percent. It ranks as the world's highest recorded corporate tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance, United Arab Emirates. Forecast: 53.7535 percent.
Puerto Rico Corporate Tax Rate stands at 39.00 percent and is the 2nd highest corporate tax rate. Source: Taxation and Revenue. Forecast: 41.8473 percent.
Suriname Corporate Tax Rate latest value is 36.00 percent, it is ranked as the 3rd world's highest corporate tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance. Forecast: 36 percent.
Zambia Corporate Tax Rate was last reported at 35.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 4th highest recorded corporate tax rate. Source: Zambia Revenue Authority. Forecast: 35 percent.
United States Federal Corporate Tax Rate stands at 35.00 percent and is the 5th highest corporate tax rate. Source: Internal Revenue Service. Forecast: 35.1936 percent.
Malta Corporate Tax Rate latest value is 35.00 percent, it is ranked as the 6th world's highest corporate tax rate. Source: Government of Malta - Inland Revenue. Forecast: 35 percent.
Guinea Corporate Tax Rate was last reported at 35.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 7th highest recorded corporate tax rate. Source: Ministry of Economy and Finance. Forecast: 35 percent.
Guam Corporate Tax Rate stands at 35.00 percent and is the 8th highest corporate tax rate. Source: Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation. Forecast: 35 percent.
Gabon Corporate Tax Rate latest value is 35.00 percent, it is ranked as the 9th world's highest corporate tax rate. Source: General Direction of Taxes. Forecast: 35 percent.
Equatorial Guinea Corporate Tax Rate was last reported at 35.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 10th highest recorded corporate tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance. Forecast: 34.0843 percent.
The country with highest Corporate Tax Rate is the United Arab Emirates followed by Puerto Rico in the second position and Suriname in the third.