EU states set to scrap digital tax plan, to work for global reform

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EU states set to scrap digital tax plan, to work for global reform

Move likely to be welcomed by digital giants like Google, Amazon.

European Union finance ministers are set to ditch a plan to introduce an EU-wide digital tax next week but agree to work on a global reform of the taxation of internet companies, an EU document shows. The move is likely to be welcomed by digital giants like Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook who ...

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