Details on EU implementation of global minimum tax possibly available Tuesday

Germany and France hope for early progress on the implementation of the global minimum tax. France’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told journalists on Monday that an agreement on this should be reached by all European finance ministers today, Tuesday. He said he had spoken in recent days with counterparts from Hungary, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Ireland with a view to reaching a deal at an EU finance ministers meeting on Tuesday. Tax issues require unanimous approval within the EU.

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