Google Agrees to Pay $185 Million in U.K. Tax SettlementBy
Opposition politicians call arrangement a `sweetheart deal'
British tax authority says Google is offering full amount due
Google parent Alphabet Inc. has agreed to pay 130 million pounds ($185 million) in a tax settlement with U.K. authorities, setting off a backlash as opposition politicians questioned the government’s handling of the case.
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