Ireland declares a “critical” week

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Ireland said on Wednesday that next week it will not compromise within the framework of the OECD on the minimum global tax for multinational companies.Is crucial», The end of a Finance G7 on this subject.

An OECD meeting is actually scheduled for Friday, October 8, when the countries comply with the tax bill, where the final parameters of the reform that are currently pending, and whether or not the countries will enter, are decided – by the signatories. The question of the exact rate of tax on profits worldwide, at least 15% of which has yet to be determined, in particular.

I hope next week will be an important moment in the discussions that have been going on for years“Pascal Donohue told the Dublin press that he would be allowed to see.”If a transaction is possible by the end of next week.

We have made great strides in important areas of international taxation. Don’t miss the chance for a major deal next week. Let’s make it possibleIn a statement to the AFP, French finance minister Bruno Le Meyer responded on his behalf.

Ireland is not a member of the G7, but Pascal Donohue attended this virtual meeting as President of Europe, whose meeting is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday in Luxembourg. “An agreement has been reached on some important issues that remain unresolved“With a view”Conclusion of the political agreement between the members of the OECD and the G20Next week, according to a statement from the British Treasury, the United Kingdom will take over the presidency of the G7.

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Announced in early June, reform plan evaluated “HistoricalIt plans to impose a global tax of at least 15% on the profits of the largest international companies and to further distribute the taxable rights of these companies more evenly. The G20 was ratified in July by 134 countries as of August 31, but not Ireland, which is growing at a favorable tax rate of 12.5%. Hungary and Estonia did not sign the text.

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