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By Stephen Gardner
The U.S. and China’s interests are aligned when it comes to digital taxation, potentially influencing international tax reform talks, a former OECD tax chief said Friday. The world’s largest two economies both host internet giants, including Alibaba Group, Amazon.com, Baidu, and Facebook, meaning they “have almost exactly the same interests” in relation to digital taxation, said Jeffrey Owens, who was previously head of tax policy at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
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