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U.S. opens trade probe over France’s plan for tax on tech giants

By Bloomberg
14 July 2019   |   8:36 am
The U.S. will investigate a French plan to impose taxes on technology companies, a move that has been a prelude to new U.S. tariffs under the Trump administration. Sarah McGregor reports on "Bloomberg Technology: Global Link."

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