Will a global minimum tax rate stop corporate tax evasion? | Inside the story


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Tax evasion has long been a controversial practice in global trade, but the world’s largest economies are trying to stop it.

The leaders of the G20 group have approved a global minimum tax rate for multinationals of 15%.

The deal follows discussions between 140 countries earlier this month.

But four countries, including Kenya and Nigeria, say the rate is not high enough.

So will the plan prevent tax evasion?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom

Guests:

Richard Boyd Barrett – Irish politician and member of parliament

Mustapha Ndajiwo – Executive Director, African Center for Taxation and Governance (ACTG)

Susana Ruiz Rodriguez – Head of International Tax Injustices, Oxfam

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