Facebook Recognises Tax Inequality in Europe Admits Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg owner of Facebook Ian Kennedy flickr

AS Britain and France succumb to pressure from the USA and postpone the introduction of new taxes for tech giants such as Amazon and Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg owner of Facebook told a conference in Munich that he accepts that his company may have to pay more.

He is in favour of plans for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to find a global solution and understood the frustration that many European countries experienced as companies like his paid low amounts of tax.

 

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