The European Commission moves forward, hitting Amazon and Luxembourg as the world’s biggest online retailer broke the EU’s rules of government subsidies. The EU ordered Amazon.com to pay €250 million intonest in back taxes to Luxembourg, after investigating its sweetheart tax deal. The structure that allowed Amazon to enjoy selective tax benefits was in place from May 2006 to June 2014, according to the EU executive. Today, Amazon has changed to a new structure that is outside the scope of this ...


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