Does Italy's ‘Google Tax’ Violate EU Laws?
Dec. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Italy’s Parliament passed a new measure on web advertising, the so-called “Google tax,” which will require Italian companies to purchase their Internet ads from locally registered companies, instead of from units based in havens such as Ireland, Luxembourg and Bermuda. Caroline Hyde has more on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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