Google Faces U.K. Lawmakers as Osborne's Tax 'Victory' SoursBy , , and
Expect `tough but fair' questioning, parliamentary panel says
Chancellor facing criticism over $188 million tax settlement
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s self-declared victory over a 130 million-pound ($188 million) tax agreement with Google Inc. is proving more of a thorn in his side as lawmakers prepare to quiz the technology giant about a settlement denounced by critics as "derisory."
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