FACTOID # 3: People in Germany, Belgium, Hungary and Sweden have to pay almost half their salaries in tax.

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## Taxation Statistics > Net taxes on products > current US\$ > Swaziland (historical data)

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 Date Amount Rank 2005 1,193,878,000 #69 2004 1,089,319,000 #74 2003 781,454,100 #83 2002 444,388,600 #96 2001 431,153,400 #92 2000 423,804,000 #91 1999 381,495,300 #97 1998 334,062,900 #96 1997 317,828,800 #96 1996 271,554,900 #99 1995 273,466,800 #95 1994 208,588,400 #97 1993 176,210,600 #101 1992 181,660,900 #93 1991 163,296,300 #97 1990 163,415,800 #97 1989 102,811,800 #92 1988 99,207,890 #93 1987 81,818,100 #94 1986 65,238,400 #96 1985 65,923,200 #97 1984 90,888,780 #87 1983 105,644,200 #86 1982 104,191,200 #88 1981 86,757,050 #94 1980 76,242,010 #95 1979 55,700,710 #89 1978 39,328,430 #91 1977 56,807,730 #81 1976 56,347,750 #78 1975 70,588,230 #71 1974 33,554,080 #84 1973 23,054,760 #86 1972 14,960,320 #87 1971 13,143,180 #87 1970 10,219,800 #81 1969 11,199,930 #78 1968 3,359,980 #79 1967 3,919,977 #78 1966 3,499,979 #77 1965 3,219,981 #77 1964 2,724,614 #71 1963 2,064,102 #69 1962 1,733,846 #69 1961 1,692,563 #68 1960 1,403,589 #68

DEFINITION: Net taxes on products (net indirect taxes) are the sum of product taxes less subsidies. Product taxes are those taxes payable by producers that relate to the production, sale, purchase or use of the goods and services. Subsidies are grants on the current account made by general government to private enterprises and unincorporated public enterprises. The grants may take the form of payments to ensure a guaranteed price or to enable maintenance of prices of goods and services below costs of production, and other forms of assistance to producers. Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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