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France will ask the G20 for a minimum corporate tax bigger than 15%

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Venice, Jul 9 (EFE) .- (Camera: Álvaro Padilla) The French Minister of Economy, Bruno Le Maire, said on Friday in Venice that he will ask the finance ministers and governors of the G20 central banks to agree on a global minimum tax for companies bigger than 15%.FOOTAGE OF THE ARRIVAL AT THE G20 MEETING OF THE FRENCH MINISTER OF FINANCE, BRUNO LE MAIRE.SOUNDBITESTRANSLATION "France accepted that the minimum corporate tax was at least 15% in the final G7 declaration. We want this minimum corporate tax rate to be higher than 15%, that will be the position that I will defend here today."

Added on the 09/07/2021 12:38:03 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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