Zuckerberg Accepts That Facebook May Have To Pay More Tax
AppleMagazine|February 21, 2020
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to throw his support behind international reforms that would require Silicon Valley tech giants to pay more tax in Europe.

The billionaire social network founder is due to meet members of the European Union’s executive Commission in Brussels and speak at the Munich Security Conference in Germany.

Zuckerberg told last weekend that he’s backing plans for digital tax reform on a global scale proposed by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

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