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Alphabet Inc's Google supports a multilateral solution for taxing digital services that is under discussion by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Fifty years ago this month, in the midst of the Cold War, nations began signing an international treaty to stop the spread of nuclear weapons. Today, as artificial intelligence and machine learning reshape every aspect of our lives, the world confronts a challenge of similar magnitude and it needs a similar response.
Fed up with big technology multinationals, most of which just happen to be American, France wants to tax them more heavily.
France and the United States agreed to take leading roles in talks aimed at reaching a deal on a global digital tax by mid-2020.
The evolution of artificial intelligence is driving advances in technology but raising questions over ethics, the head of the OECD said, as more than 40 nations backed a set of principles meant to improve transparency around AI.
The European Union is to accuse US tech giant Apple of taking illegal aid from the Irish state through sweetheart tax deals over two decades, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
Washington is inching toward an agreement with Paris and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on taxing global tech giants
After months of setbacks, Mexico is now on the cusp of rolling out an automatic tax payment system that forms a key part of its effort to crack down on evasion. And the government scored a marquee name – Uber Technologies Inc – to be its first participant, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.
A global reform of the taxation of corporate digital revenues is very unlikely if the United States continues backing a "safe harbour" plan, EU tax commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said on Feb 18.
When Indonesia looked for new ways to fund government spending on coronavirus relief last month, the world’s fourth most-populous nation homed in on a driver of the economy that was still healthy: the Internet.