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Amazon slapped with €250 million bill for illegal state aid

04 October 2017

Anjana Haines

Luxembourg will have to reclaim €250 million ($294 million), plus interest, from Amazon for “undue tax benefits” after the European Commission announced its state aid decision in the case. But the amount is surprisingly small and many say the decision doesn’t tackle the real issue.



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