EU member Hungary continues to oppose the introduction of a global minimum corporate tax in its current form, Finance Minister
- “The global minimum tax would obstruct economic growth. The planned 15% tax rate is too high and shouldn’t be levied on real economic activity,” Varga says
- Hungary’s proposals on the tax in OECD talks have so far been ignored
- Hungary ready to continue “constructive” talks
- “Our goal now is to have a fair regulation in place by the time of the OECD meeting in October, one that’s in the interest of all states, independent ...