HMT: UK stance on OECD tax plans will bolster competitiveness of London firms

The British government has dismissed concerns raised by the London (re)insurance market over its decision to push forward with the OECD’s controversial global minimum tax measures, arguing the move will protect the UK tax base against “aggressive tax planning” and “level the playing field” for UK firms.


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