The G7 countries have reached a landmark agreement on corporate tax reform, agreeing to a minimum rate of tax for multinational companies.
The deal between the US, Japan, Germany, France, UK, Italy and Canada is aimed at stopping companies from shifting profits to low tax jurisdictions and ensuring the largest multinationals pay more tax where they operate.
But the amount of tax raised and which companies will be affected remains unclear.
Chris Giles, the FT’s economics editor and Emma Agyemang, our global tax correspondent, will answer questions on what the deal means, which companies are likely to be impacted and how it might succeed, throughout the day on Thursday June 10.
Post your queries in the comments below, and our FT reporters also will drop in regularly on Thursday to answer them.