Bermuda shares fall as gov mulls introduction of 15% corporate tax in wake of OECD deal

The Bermuda government is considering introducing a corporate tax of up to 15 percent that would come into effect in 2025 and apply to businesses operating on the island which form part of multinational enterprise groups whose annual revenues exceed €750mn ($822mn).


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