(Teleborsa) – Net turnaround of the United States, that have sent to the OECD a proposal for a “global minimum tax” on multinationals, linked to where they make the turnover deriving from sales and not to the administrative and fiscal headquarters.
A proposal, writes the Financial Times, contained in a 135 page document sent by the US Treasury Department to the Paris-based organization, just as the G20 finance is underway, which is taking this issue seriously.
The opening of corporates to taxation operating internationally had been announced a few days ago by Janet Yellen, current US Treasury Secretary and former Fed Chairman, and supported by the US President Joe Biden, who is reviewing the corporate tax regime and also considering the hypothesis of a global tax.
The theme was dalso beaten at the G20 Finance table, which took place under the Italian presidency, in view of the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. In this regard, in the final conference, the Minister Daniele Franco announced that an agreement is expected in July on the occasion of the third meeting in Venice.