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Amazon, Apple and Google must pay UK taxes from 2015

Multinational corporations such as Amazon, Apple and Google will no longer be able to avoid paying 20% value-added tax (VAT) on online sales within the UK after the government legislates to close a tax loophole in 2015, reports the Drum.  As part of the 2013 UK budget, taxation rules will be changed...

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Category: International news