Finance ministers and central bankers from G20, the countries with the 19 biggest economies and the European Union, green light a "revolutionary" deal to tax multinational companies more fairly.
Increasing the tax-free sum that grandparents will pass on to grandchildren may be contentious, as it would only favour families that are rich enough to benefit from the initiative.
World leaders hold a virtual G20 event headlined “A Crucial Year to Rebuild Trust”, instead of the traditional January event in Davos, Switzerland.
G20 finance ministers and central bankers say the global economy would recover as economies gradually reopen, but said further actions were needed to ensure growth.
A $7.5 billion ( €7 billion) package is on the agenda for Air France and a $5.4 billion (€5 billion) package for Renault Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire announced.
US President Donald Trump last month threatened to punish Paris for a new tax on tech giants like Netflix and Amazon.
Demonstrators gather for the 16th straight weekend in Paris and other cities to protest President Emmanuel Macron's economic policies which they say favours country's rich.
Recent unilateral steps taken by the US have shown that relations between Turkey and the EU, namely France, are more important than ever, says Turkey's Finance Minister Berat Albayrak in Paris.
French President Emmanuel Macron brings in new faces on key posts after three ministers from the centrist MoDem party - that helped bring Macron to power - quit over claims they misused European Parliament funds.
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