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U.S.’s Yellen says will try to address concerns of tax deal holdout countries

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VENICE, Italy (Reuters) – U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Saturday that she would work to try to address the concerns of holdout countries that have not signed onto a global corporate tax deal, but added that it wasn’t necessary for all nations to adopt it. Speaking to reporters alongside German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, Yellen said she believed that some of the concerns of countries such as Ireland, Estonia and Hungary could be addressed in the run-up to a G20 leaders’ summit in October. “We’ll be trying to do that, but I should emphasise it’s not essential that every country…

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