Global Minimum Tax

Global Tax Deal Advances, but Questions Persist

A two-pillar framework agreed to by the OECD for taxing large multinational corporations represents a paradigm shift in the way that these companies are taxed—allocating the right to tax certain excess profits of very large companies to “market” jurisdictions and creating a global minimum corporate tax— but concerns about the long-term political viability of the proposal merit consideration.

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Tremendous Opportunities and Legitimate Concerns

The OECD two-pillar approach represents a historic opportunity to address global challenges. Serious equity concerns persist around the process and the current framework, though. Without an equitable final framework, it is hard to imagine that any agreement will be sustainable, as per G-24 warnings.

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