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G20 countries agree to work on new rules to curb corporate tax loopholes

[2019-06-09 13:58:03]

The coalition of countries known as the G20 will be working to make tech companies like Apple and Google pay a fairer amount of tax, after agreeing there is a need to implement new tax rules to prevent major organizations from working around existing laws to pay as little tax as possible.

G20 countries agree to work on new rules to curb corporate tax loopholes


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