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Proposed global minimum tax faces tough hurdles, in the U.S. as overseas
An agreement by the G-7 to set minimum levels of corporate tax will need ratification by governments and, closer to home, faces an uphill battle in Congress.
Why it's so hard to strike a deal on a global corporate tax
A major international group is trying to prevent companies from shifting profits to countries with low tax rates.
Even with a vaccine, global economic recovery will be starkly uneven — OECD
OECD chief economist Laurence Boone says governments must double down on providing support to avoid "scarring effects."
U.S. walks out on global digital tax negotiations
The move escalates a trade dispute over how much tech companies can be taxed outside their home countries.
OECD: Growth downgraded, fiscal policy needed
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development echoes central bankers, saying monetary policy alone can't spur global growth.
OECD: Global economy is slowing
The OECD predicts lower growth than last year, from China to North America.
The experience of getting older will be very different for today’s young people
A new Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development report said that as younger generations are getting older, their experience of aging is dramatically different to those who came before. One big difference — growing inequality between the affluent and less well off. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Income inequality and the pursuit of un-happiness
The OECD releases its “How’s Life?” study today where it measured the happiness of 33 countries.