G7 Reaches Global Tax Deal Aimed at Multinationals
The Group of 7, or G7, said on June 5 that it had reached an agreement on global tax reform “that will mean the largest multinational tech giants will pay their fair share of tax in the countries in which they operate”.
A statement on the G7 website said: “The rules would apply to global firms with at least a 10% profit margin and would see 20% of any profit above the 10% margin reallocated and then subjected to tax in the countries they operate.”
The announcement was made after a meeting of G7 finance ministers in London. The ministers also “agreed to the principle of at least 15% global minimum corporation tax operated on a country by country basis.”
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When Luceli Banda Medina, 21, the first woman in her family to read and write, left the poor, isolated northern Peruvian village of Puna to study nursing, she always dreamed what her life would have been like had she been born in a city. “Why do the people of the countryside not have the same ability to study as people in the cities, who have practically everything they need?,” Banda Medina, her father and mother family names, told from her adobe house in Puna. Family elder, grandfather Segundo Medina, has been a subsistence farmer all his life and wears a broad rimmed chotano hat, just like another local son, socialist presidential candidate Pedro Castillo who is now stirring up the Andean country politics.
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