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Israel prepares to send tax bills to Facebook, Google: report

Reuters Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Israel prepares to send tax bills to Facebook, Google: reportJERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel is planning to send tax bills within a year to internet companies Google and Facebook, financial newspaper TheMarker reported on Wednesday, joining efforts by several countries, including the European Union, to get the internet giants to pay more tax.
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