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This year's Autumn Budget saw Philip Hammond announce plans for a UK digital services tax of 2% on big tech companies with a global turnover of more than 500m. Company Debt's senior director Mike Smith explores the facts and figures surrounding this, covering:

-How Much Will Big Tech Pay under the new UK Digital Services Tax?

-The Backlash against tech companies appearing to pay minimal tax

-The EU's proposed Tax Reforms on the Digital Sector

-Philip Hammond's Autumn Budget Announcement of a Digital Services Tax

-How Tech Giants Exploit the ‘Double Irish’ Tax Loophole

-Will there be a US Backlash against the Digital Services Tax?

To see the article and read the full amount Facebook, Google, Amazon, Ebay and Twitter are likely to pay, read the full article:

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