EU web tax plans go beyond French ‘quick fix’ turnover levy

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s plans to raise more tax from major internet companies such as Google and Amazon are more ambitious than the levy on turnover proposed by France, the EU presidency said, warning of the possible drawbacks of “quick fix” solutions.