EU plan to slap tech giants with new tax based on their revenues

Nicholas Fearn
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EU planning tax directive that would impose a revenue-based turnover tax on technology and internet companies

The European Union is moving ahead with plans to slap technology companies with new taxes based on their revenues, rather than their profits, according to Reuters. It believes that EU officials ...

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