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France will not apply digital tax on Apple & others while trade discussions continue

AppleInsider Tuesday, 21 January 2020
France's tax aimed at internet multinational companies like Apple, Amazon, Google, and Apple, has been postponed as U.S. President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron work together to avoid a rise in tariffs.
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News video: France Holds Off on Taxing U.S. Tech Giants After Striking Deal With Trump

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French President Emmanuel Macron and President Trump strike a deal to pause France's digital tax to avoid an increase in tariffs.

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