All the G-20 together will control tax evaders
Finance ministers of “twenty large”, in the conclusions of the two-day summit in Moscow, have supported the plan for the joint fight against tax evasion, countries have plans to implement automatic exchange of tax information.
The ministers of the G-20 also supported the proposal of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to prohibit companies abroad take their accounts to evade taxes.
The adoption of these measures is another step in the direction of creating a global system of taxation.
The G-20 finance ministers promise economic growth
The priority of the G-20 will be the consolidation of economic growth and increased jobs, said the final communiqué of the meeting of finance ministers and heads of central banks of the countries in the group of the twenty held today in Moscow.
The meeting of finance of the G20 said the global economy is still very weak. In order to direct it towards growing more secure, sustainable and balanced financiers propose increasing political actions and develop a plan of action in St. Petersburg.
In autumn in St. Petersburg, will meet the heads of government of the G-20.
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