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Will G7 tax deal force big companies to pay up? | Inside Story

Do business in one country, shift the profits to another, and pay little or no tax. It’s controversial, but the world’s biggest companies have been doing this for years. Now the G7 group of advanced economies is trying to stop the practice by setting a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent. Some of the multinational firms targeted include Amazon, Facebook and Google. Will the deal succeed? Presenter: Sohail Rahman Guests: Mark Bou Mansour – Spokesman, Tax Justice Network Mustapha Ndajiwo – Executive Director, African Center for Tax and Governance Thomas Pogge – Professor of Philosophy and Politics, Yale University – Subscribe to our channel: – Follow us on Twitter:

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