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Will the G7 tax deal survive?

10 June 2021

8:35 AM

10 June 2021

8:35 AM

What are the chances of the G7’s agreement on a minimum rate of corporation tax actually coming into effect? While it was presented as a done deal last weekend, things are not going too well. Firstly, the G20 will have to agree — which is far from guaranteed given that smaller countries have less to gain from the proposal than the US.

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