Ricardo Amaro, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics joins Wong Shou Ning, Philip See, Shazana Mokhtar from BFM Radio to discuss global tax reform.
The G7 has created momentum following their historic agreement for broad changes in the international corporate tax regime, including a 15% minimum tax rate. And while the majority of Eurozone countries are expected to benefit from the changes, our report has singled out Luxembourg, Hungary, Ireland, and the Netherlands as among those that could be negatively impacted. Listen to the full podcast below.
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