A homogeneous tax would create a certain order in the taxation of multinational corporations, but for the Visegrád countries it could be a drag on economic development. If it is accepted, the countries in question will have to find other ways of attracting foreign capital.
It looks like the Biden government may end up not being able to push its anti-growth tax cartel idea through anyway, beside finding that it is very difficult to coerce the Hungarian Prime Minister into doing anything that he does not feel coincides with the interests of the Hungarian people.
Diplomatic disputes over the OECD’s global minimum tax have flared up recently after Hungary vetoed its implementation at the EU level. To be clear, Hungary is also in favour of equal burden-sharing by multinational companies, but it has serious concerns with the timing and the details of the proposed regulation.