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Boris Johnson backs big tech tax despite Trump's threats, and risks escalating transatlantic trade war

Business Insider Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Boris Johnson backs big tech tax despite Trump's threats, and risks escalating transatlantic trade war· UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to push ahead with a tax on large online companies, despite US President Donald Trump threatening to impose tariffs on French goods after France implemented a similar tax.
· On Tuesday, Johnson said: "I do think we need to look at the operation of the big digital companies and the...
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