LISBON (Reuters) – The latest U.S. proposal for a global corporate minimum tax of at least 15%, rather Than 21% as suggested before, is a step towards reaching a deal at the G20 financial leaders level, European Economics Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said.
“It would be a step further on the way to reach an agreement,” Gentiloni told a news conference after a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Lisbon.
“And I deem it quite possible to reach … an agreement in principle at the G20 Level. Then this agreement in principle should be translated into details and a lot of work to be done at the OECD level. So my view is a positive one,” he said.