Spain would collect 5,400 million more with a universal tax of 21% for large corporations
Spain could collect up to 5,400 million more a year if a minimum universal rate of 21% was agreed for large corporations. And an additional 700 million if the proposal of the minimum of 15% goes ahead, which seems to be the meeting point after the US launched the proposal before the reluctance of the European Union. In the coming weeks the negotiations in the G7, the G20 and the OECD may shed light on a figure, which will be the start of universal taxation for the first time.
The EU and Biden advance against the tax evasion of multinationals and the 'dumping' of countries such as the Netherlands and Luxembourg