WARSAW — Minister of Finance Janet Glenn urged Poland to push ahead with the European Union’s implementation of a global minimum tax in a series of meetings Monday, saying the two sides discussed a possible link between the minimum tax and a review by the international tax authority.
Ms Yellen met with the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Minister of Finance Magdalena Rzeczkowska on Monday as it tried to unlock Polish support for the approval of the 15% minimum tax on large multinational companies. Poland is the only one holding on to the 27-member EU to approve the implementation of the agreement, which was created by more than 130 countries in talks last year.
Yellen is pushing the Polish Prime Minister for the international tax agreement
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