Speaking to reporters after Thursday's first Group of 20 session, Anton Siluanov said that leaders of the world's 20 largest economies are indignant over the policies of cross-border giants like Google and Amazon, who "make money in one country" but pay lower taxes elsewhere.
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The G-20 leaders agreed on a plan that would prevent these companies from using loopholes and tax havens, Siluanov said. He did not elaborate.
—By The Associated Press.