WARSAW – Minister of Finance Janet Ellen urged Poland to promote the EU’s introduction of a global minimum tax in a series of meetings on Monday, saying both sides discussed the potential link between the minimum tax and the restructuring of the international tax authority.

Ms. Ellen met with the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki and Minister of Finance Magdalena Zhechkovskaya on Monday, when she was trying to get Polish support to approve a minimum tax of 15% for large multinational corporations. Poland is the only EU member state to approve the implementation of an agreement reached by more than 130 countries in talks last year.

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