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Google to end 'Double Irish, Dutch Sandwich' tax structure

Thursday 2 January 2020 | 08:39 CET | News
Google parent Alphabet is changing its international tax structure to end the use of the controversial tax avoidance scheme 'Double Irish, Dutch sandwich', Reuters reports based on Dutch tax filings by the company for 2018. A Google spokesman confirmed it would scrap the licensing structure, saying this was in line with international rules and followed changes to US tax law in 2017.

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Companies: Alphabet / Google
Countries: World
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