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France, Germany and UK lead G20 calls for global tax avoidance rules

France, Germany and the UK have called on their G20 partners to implement global rules to combat corporate tax avoidance. The call follows the release of an OECD report into base erosion and profit shifting, which said existing international tax rules have gone unchanged for almost a century and have failed to keep pace with globalisation and the constantly evolving business environment.

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