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Tech industry groups call on world leaders to complete internet tax reform

Wednesday 10 February 2021 | 10:51 CET | News
Technology sector organisations have called on world leaders to complete negotiations on reforming the international tax system this year. The groups TechUK, the City of London Corporation, Allied for Start-ups, the Developers Alliance and the Computer and Communications Industry Association issued a joint letter calling for a new effort to agree a common approach to taxation of the digital economy at the OECD. 

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