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How tech companies avoid taxes

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Reuters: More than half of the top U.S. tech firms use structures to cut their tax bills that some governments want to change.

A Reuters examination of hundreds of corporate filings across a dozen countries shows the proposed changes - now part of an even further-reaching review - threaten tax structures that are used by most of the big tech companies in the United States to shield tens of billions of dollars of income from taxes each year.

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