Has the United States introduced a 15% tax on superprofits, as LFI MEP Manon Aubry claims?

Joe Biden, President of the United States, at the White House on August 9. AFP.

THE CHEKING PROCESS – A new tax on the profits of certain American companies revives the political and fiscal debates in France.

Has the United States become more severe than France in terms of corporate taxation? In any case, this is what left-wing elected officials have been saying for several days on Twitter, and first and foremost LFI MEP Manon Aubry: “The United States is also starting to tax superprofits. Soon, there will really be only Emmanuel Macron who will refuse to do so. L’Insoumise reacted at the beginning of the week to a publication by United States President Joe Biden who rejoiced on Sunday that the great plan for Climate and Health – the “Inflation Reduction Act– voted in the Senate on August 7, had been supplemented by tax measures to reduce the public deficit. Among the latter, a new 15% tax on companies whose profits exceed a billion dollars.

While the National Assembly was debating the amending finance bill in early August, the Nupes and the RN had tabled several amendments to tax the famous “superprofits

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