After many years of discussion, we have reached a historic agreement on a more stable and equitable international taxation, reads the long document that yesterday concluded the economic G20 in Venice, under the Italian presidency. The system of minimum taxes to be paid by multinationals, valid all over the world, the main result of the summit. true, the membership of 7 countries is still missing (three in Europe: Ireland, Hungary and Estonia). But, said the Minister of Economy, Daniele Franco, the G20 countries that have given the green light to the reform represent 90% of world GDP and this places objective pressure on those who still resist because they want to continue to exploit the advantages. to be a tax haven. For this reason, Franco added, there is the conviction that in the G20 in October, which should sanction the definitive agreement with all the details, even these resistances will have been overcome.