The European Union will publish a plan Dec. 22 to implement a 15% minimum global corporate tax rate, a spokesperson for the European Commission confirmed Tuesday.
EU officials have previously said they need a plan for how the 27 member countries will implement an OECD-brokered deal to set a minimum rate to ensure equal treatment of companies across the bloc. The minimum tax requirement would cover companies with global revenues above 750 million euros ($872 million).
On the OECD implementation, “planning is indicative” and could be changed, the commission said in an emailed statement.
The EU directive will adhere closely ...