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Global minimum corporate tax of 15% looks set to get the green light at G20

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Finance Ministers meet central bankers at the G20 in Venice with a view to stopping multinational companies from shifting profits into low-tax havens.

Added on the 10/07/2021 12:22:47 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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