Facebook, Google and Microsoft ‘not paying enough tax in developing world’

According to ActionAid, “billions” might be at stake that could be used to transform underfunded health and education systems in some of the world’s poorest countries, especially since multiple

tech giants have reported soaring revenues during the pandemic.

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