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PARIS (Reuters) - A French court ruled on Wednesday that Google
The Paris administrative court ruled that Google Ireland Limited was not subject to corporate and value-added taxes for the period 2005-2010, striking down the tax administration's demands for back payments.
The ruling in favour of Google, now part of Alphabet Inc
In a statement, the French finance ministry said it was considering an appeal, which must be lodged within two months.
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