G20 leaders endorse global tax rate deal, wrangle over vaccines, climate change
01 November 2021 | 6:28 am
Leaders of G20 nations endorsed a landmark deal to establish a global minimum tax rate. They were, however, at odds on issues like coronavirus vaccines and fighting climate change.
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