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G7 nations agreed to back a global corporate tax rate of at least 15%


Group of Seven (G7) nations reached a landmark deal on Monday to reduce the incentive of multinational companies to shift profits to tax havens.G7 finance ministers agreed on Saturday to back a global corporate tax rate of at least 15% to squeeze more money out of sprawling companies such as Amazon and Google.

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