UK PM Johnson to challenge Amazon founder Bezos over company’s tax record- FT By Reuters
© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: Jeff Bezos (president and CEO of Amazon, owner of The Washington Post) speaks at Washington’s Economic Club of Washington DC’s Milestone Celebration Dinner on September 13, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
(Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a face-to-face meeting will challenge Amazon (NASDAQ:) founder Jeff Bezos over his company’s tax record, the Financial Times reported https://on.ft.com/3nNA2Cz on Sunday.
The newspaper cited British officials to say that Johnson’s discussion with Bezos will focus on international corporate tax rates.
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