Freddie has been in DC for 18 months working in the economics team at the British Embassy. He covers the US economy and fiscal policy. Freddie is on loan from HM Treasury, where he most recently worked on the G20 and G7. He studied politics at the University of Exeter.
There has been a global consensus for nearly a century that countries should tax multinational companies in the jurisdictions where they create value, not where they generate sales.