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EU members warn digital sales tax violates international tax treaties

Monday 8 October 2018 | 11:35 CET | News
Ireland, Finland, Sweden and the Czech Republic have made a joint submission to the European Commission (EC) opposing the proposed digital services tax, reports the Irish Times. They warn that the proposals breach international treaty obligations by creating double taxation issues.

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