The United States cuts a proposal for a global lower rate for companies
May 21, 2021 | 11:27 am
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The Treasury Department has proposed to the steering group that the minimum global tax rate be at least 15%. The Treasury Department stressed that 15% is the minimum and that discussions should continue to be ambitious and push that rate even higher.
The department said in a statement
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