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G20 finance ministers back “historic agreement” on global corporate tax rules

  • July 11, 2021
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The Sunday editions of all national dailies wrote that the finance ministers and central bank governors of the G20 nations agreed at a meeting in Venice on Saturday on the outlines of new rules for international taxation, including a 15% global minimum corporate tax. The rules are aimed at preventing multinational corporations from avoiding duties. In the communique they issued after the meeting, the G20 financial chiefs said that they achieved a “historic agreement.”

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