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The keys now are to know the ‘fine print’ yet to be specified and the acceptance by large developing economies that are not represented in the G-7 and other low-taxed ones like Ireland.

A worker cleans the carpet at the headquarters where the G-7 finance ministers meeting was held, in London.EXPANSIN

The finance ministers of the G-7, the group that includes the seven developed economic powers of the world, reached an agreement this weekend to carry out a coordinated reform of taxation at the global level. Countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France … – and others like Spain that did not participate in the summit but support the measure – declared themselves proud of what they consider “a historic advance”. Even companies like Google o Facebook, against which I know

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