They are meeting for the first time since the pandemic for a potentially historic summit, Friday in London. Finance ministers from the Group of Seven richest nations are expected to agree to a joint corporate tax of 15%.
Will the G7 financial summit to be held from June 4-5 in London be historic? The international press is full of optimism, while the hypothesis of a global agreement on a minimum corporate tax rate has never been credible.
This morning, on a podium signed by leading German, Italian, French and Spanish bankers in Actingtitled “Global Corporate Tax Agreement within Hand: Let’s Get It Done”, he gave The. They are committed Take a common position on new international taxes from the G7 finance ministers meeting in London This Friday, to reach a “G20 World Congress in Venice in July”. The Group of Seven includes Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom.
Taxing multinational corporations is the snake of international relations, always rejected by countries that make minimal taxation honey to host the headquarters of the largest corporations. “Who would have thought, a few years ago, that the G7 would discuss the minimum global tax rate for multinational corporations?” Question Belgium is not free He added in the opening: However, the old rich economies club on the planet must
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