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February 18, 2016

The main goal of USAID/Paraguay's CDCS is to create "a more prosperous, well-governed democracy in Paraguay." This project aligns directly with the Mission's DRG strategy, which focuses primarily on improving the government's effectiveness by developing its institutional capacity and increasing accountability mechanisms, shifting the incentive structure and reducing opportunities for corruption.

October 7, 2015

USAID/Paraguay’s strategy will align with two of the four pillars of President Obama’s framework for U.S. policy toward Latin America (strengthening effective institutions of democratic governance and promoting economic and social opportunity). Additionally, the CDCS aligns with three of the four goals of the WHA/LAC Joint Regional Strategy: 1) increased citizen security and effective democratic institutions and governance; 2) social equity for the peoples of the Americas; and 3) expanded economic opportunity.

January 17, 2014

This country overview provides a high-level profile of the structure and the performance of Paraguay's tax system.  Specifically, it examines the evolution of revenue in recent years, recent tax reforms, the tax structure, and the revenue performance across different taxes based on a series of quantitative and qualitative indicators. In examining these points, comparative data helps place Paraguay within the context of other countries in the LAC region, countries in the same income group, and the rest of the world.  

January 17, 2014

This report summarizes country-specific revenue briefs developed by the Strengthening Public Financial Management in Latin America and Caribbean (PFM-LAC) Project. This study provides an overview of the tax systems of the following eight countries: Colombia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Paraguay, and Peru

December 29, 2013

Datos Básicos del Proyecto

Valor Aproximado: $ 1, 420,687
Inicio:   Octubre 2010
Término:   Septiembre 2014
Socio Implementador:   ACDI/VOCA

 

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Last updated: July 31, 2017

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