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The Global Minimum Corporate Tax Needs More Work

Two years after a “historic” deal to establish a new global corporate-tax regime, the consensus is eroding, and developing countries are taking matters into their own hands.

Their efforts are perfectly understandable, given that the agreement’s main provisions may have done more harm than good.

  • Joseph E. Stiglitz
  • Tommaso Faccio

NEW YORK – It has now been over two years since G7 leaders announced a groundbreaking agreement to divvy up taxation of multinational corporations’ profits.

That breakthrough followed years of fraught negotiations under the aegis of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework, which then adopted the same agreement later that year

By establishing a…

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