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Szijjarto sees hope for compromise on global minimum tax

October 6th, 2021

At an OECD meeting in Paris on Wednesday, the Hungarian government submitted a proposal aimed at finding a compromise solution to the introduction of a global minimum corporate tax which Hungary has reservations over, according to the Hungarian foreign affairs and trade minister. The proposals would align the measure with Hungarian interests and enable Hungary to retain its competitive edge, the foreign ministry's statement cited Peter Szijjarto as telling a meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Hungary proposed a ten year transition period for implementing the tax for "large corporations active in the real economy". Exemptions should be given under certain circumstances, and the value of the companies' assets taken into consideration when levying the tax, he said.


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