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Towards a global corporate tax?

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The idea of a global corporate tax has been floating around for decades, but a US proposal for a 15% of a global minimum tax rate means the proposal is now a serious possibility. This would affect both direct and indirect taxation, broader tax policy issues, and tax administration. In this live episode of The Sound of Economics, Giuseppe Porcaro is joined by Bruegel scholars Rebecca Christie and Niclas Poitiers, to discuss the outlook of global corporate tax and its possible outcomes. Stay tuned for the upcoming blog by Rebecca Christie setting out in detail what a global corporate tax could look like.

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The idea of a global corporate tax has been floating around for decades, but a US proposal for a 15% of a global minimum tax rate means the proposal is now a serious possibility. This would affect both direct and indirect taxation, broader tax policy issues, and tax administration.

In this live episode of The Sound of Economics, Giuseppe Porcaro is joined by Bruegel scholars Rebecca Christie and Niclas Poitiers, to discuss the outlook of global corporate tax and its possible outcomes.

Stay tuned for the upcoming blog by Rebecca Christie setting out in detail what a global corporate tax could look like.

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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