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Spain, France, Italy, the UK, Austria and Turkey will remove the Google tax and transfer tax policy to the new US and OECD-Led project

Up to six European countries have already announced that they will abandon the Digital Services Tax (DST) (known as the Google tax) after its failure to raise revenue. They have expressed their intention to eliminate this tax and transfer their tax policy to the new international project, led by the US, on which the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is already working. These countries will wait for the OECD’s new tax rules to be approved before eliminating their Google taxes.


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Spain’s Treasury Collects €209 M Up To September Of The €850 M Expected For The ‘Tobin Tax’

This figure means 24.5% of the €850 M expected to be collected by the government for the whole year, i.e. a quarter of the estimate for the whole of 2021, reported agency Europa Press. On the other hand, in the first half of the year, Spain has received 93 million euros from the first settlement of the Tax on Certain Digital Services, known as the ‘Google tax’, of the 968 million euros expected for this year.


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Madrid Caves In To US Pressure By Freezing The Google Tax

J.P. Marín- Arrese | The Spanish government has tabled a proposal for a Google tax but will refrain from applying it till the year-end. They boasted not so long ago that nothing could deter it from taxing the tech companies. When confronted with the task of delivering its promise, courage seems to falter even if Washington has issued no explicit warning. Presumably, the French discomfiture conveyed a stern lesson of what happens to anyone defying the US.


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OECD asks for French Google tax to be replaced by a consensus one

Tensions between France and the United States due to the so-called Google Tax worry the OECD. Washington is moving forward with retaliation tariffs that could be as high as 100% on French goods. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development asked all countries to accelerate the implementation of a global tax.