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Google backs OECD efforts for new international tax rules

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Google has come out in support of the OECD's efforts to reform the international tax system in order to take account of the increasing digitisation of the economy. Google said in a blog post that it's important to reach an international agreement on the matter, rather than individual countries imposing new taxes and triggering a 'race to the bottom' or new barriers to commerce. 

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Countries: World
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