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By: Stephanie Soong Johnston
The United Kingdom and EU will keep working with the United States and others to resolve the thorny issue of digital taxation, even amid a new round of U.S. tariff threats over digital services taxes. A U.K. government spokesperson on March 29 defended the U.K. DST after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced March 26 that it might impose extra 25 percent tariffs on millions of dollars’ worth of imports from the United Kingdom, India, Turkey, Spain, Italy, and Austria, after finding their digital taxes discriminate against American businesses.
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