The G-20 supports tax inspections that make rich countries big winners

Leaders of the world’s largest economies approved a corporate tax deal that they hope will secure their future income and offer stability to companies operating internationally. The largest recipients are likely to be rich countries, including the United States

In the opening session of their summit in Rome, leaders of the group of 20 major economies gave their blessing to a global pact that has been under way for more than a decade, according to officials.


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