Estonia does not support a global minimum tax of 15% and is looking for further talks to find a solution, according to a statement from the finance ministry.
- “Unfortunately, we are not yet ready to fully endorse the second part, known as Pillar Two, which aims to introduce the global minimum tax of 15%.”
- “However, we are confident that the further multilateral discussions will help us to find common ground with our international partners and to find ways in which the Estonian system can be integrated into the new international tax architecture.”
- NOTE: Global tax reform by 130 nations advocated as the accord draws near
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