The same tax for all multinationals. In a few words, this is how the international tax agreement signed on Saturday evening by the G20 finance ministers in Venice could be summed up.
But that would be too simplistic. The details are hidden in the nuances. And in the work to come. What should we remember from this moment considered by many to be historic? What remains to be done? What will be the pitfalls, and the strategies of each? Time answers four questions which, despite the final and irrevocable nature of the G20 announcement, and the OECD a week earlier, lead to many more.