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France tells U.S.: back a global digital tax or risk others going solo

Reuters Friday, 17 January 2020
The United States risks a proliferation of national taxes on tech giants if President Donald Trump rejects new international rules for taxing digital companies at next week's World Economic Forum, the French government said on Friday.
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