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A Global Minimum Tax Is Supposed To Stop Tax Havens. How Will It Work?

A reform of international tax law is within reach. A global minimum tax will prevent corporations from fleeing to tax havens. Experts are enthusiastic about the idea – and Austria could benefit

András Szigetvari

| Austria

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András Szigetvari

Economics editor at Der Standard. He was born in Hungary and is a law graduate (Vienna and Paris) and political scientist. His covers tax and currency policy, international trade issues and European policy in his writing.

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Der Standard is an Austrian liberal daily that was founded in 1988. Its reporting initially focused on economics.

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