Yellen Pushes Polish Prime Minister on International Tax Deal
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WARSAW—Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen pushed Poland to advance the European Union’s implementation of a global minimum tax in a series of meetings Monday, saying that the two sides discussed potentially linking the minimum tax to an overhaul of international taxation authority.

Ms. Yellen met with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Finance Minister Magdalena Rzeczkowska on Monday as she attempted to unlock Polish support for approving the 15% minimum tax on large multinational corporations. Poland is the one holdout in the 27-member EU for approving the implementation of the deal, which more than 130 countries created in talks last year.

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