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Uncategorized Facebook Recognises Tax Inequality in Europe Admits Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Recognises Tax Inequality in Europe Admits Mark Zuckerberg

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AS Britain and France succumb to pressure from the USA and postpone the introduction of new taxes for tech giants such as Amazon and Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg owner of Facebook told a conference in Munich that he accepts that his company may have to pay more. He is in favour of plans for the Organisation […]

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