The Globe and Mail
The world has been abuzz lately with news of major global agreements within reach to reform international taxation. Countries in the G-7, G-20, and the even more impressive “Inclusive Framework”—a group of 139 countries convened by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)—appear to be joining hands to end corporate tax competition and multinationals’ tax avoidance. Though many warn that the path to ultimate accord is arduous and depends on details, the declared goals of these efforts command broad public support.
Wei Cui, "Will the New Global Tax Agreement Benefit the World?" The Globe and Mail (7 July 2021).
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