PARIS (Reuters) – Facebook France has agreed to pay more than € 100 million in taxes, including a penalty, relating to its financial years prior to 2018, French financial magazine Capital reported on its website.
Facebook was not immediately available for comment. France’s finance ministry said it could not comment on individual tax cases.
Capital reported seeing documents showing Facebook was ordered to pay € 104 million, including a penalty of € 22 million.
Reporting by Mathieu Rosemain and Leigh Thomas; Written by Geert De Clercq; Edited by Alison Williams
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