Facebook, Google Quizzed by EU Lawmakers on Dutch Sandwich DealsBy
U.S. companies appear before panel to discuss tax arrangements
Lawmakers question use of corporate tax-cutting techniques
Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. were among U.S. companies facing questions Monday from European Union lawmakers about their tax-reducing techniques, a month after regional antitrust regulators raised the stakes by ordering Starbucks Corp. and a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV unit to repay millions of euros in back taxes.
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