RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Faced with a potential agreement among developed countries for the establishment of a global minimum tax for multinationals, tax attorneys say that Brazil should neither be benefited nor impacted by the measure.
With a varied array of taxes at its disposal, the country would be shielded from companies in the digital economy seeking to pay less taxes, according to them.
Debated for years, measures to address the alleged sub-taxation problem of the so-called big techs have become urgent, with the fiscal pressure on countries in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
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