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Parliament calls back Google over tax claims

Derek du Preez | May 3, 2013
Google executives are to be hauled back in front of the UK’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) after new claims about the location of its salespeople, which could have tax implications for the internet giant.

In our written evidence, which we also shared with Reuters, we said: "Google UK Ltd provides sales, marketing and R&D support to Google Inc."

We have written to the PAC chair Margaret Hodge to explain that Matt Brittin's evidence was truthful and accurate and that this article paints a very misleading picture.

As we have said many times, we comply with all the tax rules in the UK and in every other country in which we operate."


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