Ebay pay just £925k in tax despite sales of more than £1billion

Ebay pay just £925k in tax despite sales of more than £1billion
 

EBAY paid £925,000 in corporation tax on sales of more than £1billion last year, their latest accounts show.
The online auction site 
are likely to have shaved £55million off their British tax bill by legally channelling payments through other countries.
The news will reignite the row over how multi national corporations exploit legal loopholes to reduce their UK tax liabilities.
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9 October 2016 in World News, Views: 40
Source: Daily Record
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