France expects delayed implementation of global tax reform

The global tax reform will probably not come into force until the end of 2023 or early 2024 – and thus a year later than originally planned. This is what France’s Minister of Finance Bruno Le Maire announced in Brussels on Tuesday. The decisive factor, he said, is that the reform succeeds at all. It is intended to transfer the existing regulations into the digital age.

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