Google Defends U.K. Tax Accord as Legal, Not ‘Sweetheart Deal’

  • U.K. business chief says deal will change corporate behavior
  • Javid says Osborne's `victory' was `not a glorious moment'

Google Inc. denied it reached a “sweetheart deal” with British tax authorities as a dispute continued over the 130 million-pound ($185 million) settlement, which was called a victory by the U.K. Treasury and dismissed as "derisory" by opposition lawmakers.

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