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Netflix under investigation for tax evasion in Italy — despite not having an office there

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Netflix Inc. does not have an office in Italy. Still, prosecutors in the European country think the streaming giant may owe taxes there. The Milan tribunal is investigating Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) for tax evasion, reported Bloomberg and Reuters on Thursday, citing a report in local daily Corriere della Sera and confirmed by their own sources. Netflix has not filed a tax return in Italy. However, prosecutors there are looking into whether they can make the case that Netflix's physical presence in…
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