The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is pointing to wide disparities in the low tax rates paid by many multinational corporations compared to the taxes paid by individuals and small businesses.
A new OECD study commissioned by the G-20, "Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Shifting", finds that some multinationals use strategies that allow them to pay corporate taxes as low as 5 percent, while smaller businesses are forced to pay up to 30 percent.
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