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Shell: Dutch government angered over HQ move to UK

By DW
20 November 2021   |   12:19 pm
The oil giant has announced it will take up a new tax residency and remove "Royal Dutch" from its name. The relocation follows a Dutch court order to slash its emissions by 2030.

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