New IMF estimate suggests the proposed 15% minimum tax would result in governments worldwide collecting a total of about 5.7% more from corporates—or roughly $150 billion.
In the Senate, two Democrats remain holdouts, and businesses have not signed on to the idea as Treasury expected them to.
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