Poland will most probably uphold its veto on introducing minimum global corporate tax at Tuesday Ecofin meeting, Warsaw-based Dziennik Gazeta Prawna newspaper reports, without saying where it got the information.
- The compromise may be possible once Czech Republic takes over 6-month EU presidency from France in July
- Poland is “actively” talking to its partners and seeks to reach the agreement as soon as possible: DGP cites Finance Ministry
- The country still wants the minimum tax to be tied in legally binding way to the second portion of the global tax deal
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