Global minimum corporate tax and its impact on Foreign direct investment

Emmanuelle Deglaire, an associate tax professor at EDHEC Business School, says the global minimum corporate tax  would create “tax neutrality” and reduce the incentive for MNCs to shift pr ...

Emmanuelle Deglaire, an associate tax professor at EDHEC Business School, says the global minimum corporate tax  would create “tax neutrality” and reduce the incentive for MNCs to shift profits

Type: Press article
Date: le 23/06/2021
Research Cluster : LegalEdhec
Source : FDI Intelligence - Financial Times

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