Corporate tax is a federal policy that you are likely to run into no matter where on Earth you go. At its core, corporate tax refers to a percentage-dependent tax placed on businesses and predetermined by the specific jurisdiction. Essentially, corporate taxes are directly applied to companies and corporations that make a profit.
The corporate tax rates vary from place to place around the world. There is not a global rule that controls the corporate tax rates from one country to the next, but rather, the tax rates are based on the local, federal, and national governments of each country.