Tuesday January 28, 2020

Italy chases Dublin-based Google managers over tax

Italian authorities have been mandated to investigate the search giant’s tax activities

14th February, 2016
Italian authorities have been mandated to investigate the search giants tax activities

Five Google employees based in Dublin have reportedly been placed under criminal investigation by an Italian magistrate working with tax authorities.

The Times of London reported the news last week. Italy has accused Google of dodging hundreds of millions in tax, filtering profits originated there through its European headquarters in Dublin.

Italian authorities have been mandated to investigate the search giant’s tax activities. Police in the country have already examined the case and disclosed their...

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