(C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Hungarian Finance Minister Mihaly Varga speaks during a business conference in Budapest, Hungary, June 9, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo/File Photo
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary has agreed to join the agreement on a global corporate minimum tax as the conditions it proposed, which included a 10-year transitional period, have been met, Finance Minister Mihaly Varga told reporters on Friday.
“We have managed to reach a breakthrough on the global minimum tax deal … so Hungary could join the deal with a good heart,” Varga said, adding that Hungary’s 9% corporate tax rate will not change, as there will be a targeted solution to collect the global tax.
Hungary agrees to global tax deal, finance minister says
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