France, germany, italy, netherlands and spain
Implementation of the global minimum effective taxation in 2023
As inflation hits heavily the spending power of our fellow citizens, companies must pay their fair share of the burden to alleviate the impact of the global energy crisis.
This is why we reaffirm today our strengthened commitment to swiftly implement the global minimum effective corporate taxation. It is a key lever for further tax justice through a more efficient fight against tax optimization and evasion.
At the June 2022 Ecofin, 26 out of 27 EU member states expressed their willingness to implement this important step towards tax justice, and our first goal remains to gather a consensus. Should unanimity not be reached in the next weeks, our governments are fully determined to follow through on our commitment. We stand ready to implement the global minimum effective taxation in 2023 and by any possible legal means. We are also fully committed to complete the work on the better reallocation of taxing rights from huge global multinationals’ profits with the objective of signing a multilateral convention by mid-2023.
Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy, Finance and industrial and digital Sovereignty of France
Nadia Calviño, Deputy Prime minister, Minister for Economy and Digitalization of Spain
Daniele Franco, Minister of the Economy and Finance of Italy
Christian Lindner, Federal Minister of Finance of Germany
Sigrid Kaag, Deputy prime minister and minister of Finance of the Netherlands
Contact presse :
Cabinet de Bruno Le Maire 01 53 18 41 20