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Boris Johnson supports digital tax plans despite US threats

Wednesday 4 December 2019 | 15:06 CET | News
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to press ahead with plans to impose a digital sales tax on major online companies from April 2020, reports BBC News.

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