Poland blocks implementation of minimum tax in the EU

European finance ministers have been unable to agree on a joint implementation of the global minimum tax. German Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP) said in Luxembourg on Tuesday that all countries except Poland had agreed. He said it was regrettable that there was no signal of unity in Europe despite good preliminary work. It is true that the tax burden for companies should not become too high. However, tax dumping should be rejected.

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