Corporate tax isn’t working – how can we fix it, globally?

Britain's then Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, speaking at a meeting of finance ministers from across the G7

The G7 has now agreed on a global minimum tax of 15%. Image: REUTERS

Andrea Willige
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Income from corporate income tax has decreased, while income from payroll taxes has risen. Image: Business Insider
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Communications services and tech sectors face the biggest hit to earnings from increases in the corporate tax rate and the tax on foreign income. Image: GOLDMAN SACHS

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