G7 finance ministers meet to hammer out sweeping global tax deal

Finance ministers representing the world's wealthiest nations are meeting for a two-day summit in London, aiming to make progress on a deal to overhaul the way corporations are taxed worldwide. A G7 accord could involve a new global minimum tax rate. Also, the US expands a ban on investments in Chinese companies.

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