Amazon accused of evading tax by shifting up to £8.2bn to Luxembourg

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Amazon accused of evading tax by shifting up to £8.2bn to Luxembourg
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Amazon accused of evading tax by shifting up to £8.2bn to Luxembourg

Amazon declares most of its revenues in low-tax Luxembourg - enough that, if all the sales were genuinely made there, it would have supplied about £78,000 worth of goods to each resident

Amazon reported up to £8.2bn of its UK sales in Luxembourg in 2019, to avoid paying the higher rates in the UK, a new analysis by trade union Unite has found. The report, seen by The Independent, claims...

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