G-20 heads to endorse overhaul of how countries tax multinational companies

The pact had already won support in October, in principle, from 136 governments under the auspices of the OECD, and G-20 finance ministers endorsed a framework for the agreement in July

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US President Joe Biden, left, and Mario Draghi, Italy's prime minster, at the Chigi Palace in Rome, Italy, on Friday, Oct. 29, 2021. The G-20 is meeting in Rome this weekend right before COP26 in Glasgow, the United Nations gathering that aims to set specific goals to wean nations off coal and other noxious substances for good (Photo: Bloomberg)

Leaders of the world’s biggest economies who have gathered in Rome will endorse an ambitious plan on Saturday to overhaul the way countries around the world tax multinational companies, according

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First Published: Oct 30 2021 | 9:38 AM IST

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