France’s Le Maire Urges Germany to Support EU Internet Tax

French finance minister Bruno Le Maire recently commented that the trust between France and Germany will be strained if Germany fails to back the proposed EU tax on tech giants.


Le Maire added that he cannot imagine that Germany will not stick to its commitments and not adopt the directive at the meeting of EU finance ministers this December.


Le Maire has long backed the plan to tax tech companies such as Google and wants to put the rate at 3 percent of the total digital revenue.


Source: Reuters

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