France’s ‘Digital Tax’ On Tech Firms Passes
JULY 14, 2019
Even with the United States announcing it would look into a proposed “digital tax” in France, the country is moving forward with the measure. The country’s Senate has approved the tax despite the threat of an investigation from the United States, according to 9 to 5 Mac. The tax reportedly impacts any digital firm — Apple included — that has revenues exceeding $750 million with a minimum of $28 million generated in the country.