1. Facebook boss 'happy to pay more tax in Europe'  BBC News
  2. World tax rewrite can raise countries' revenues by $100bn: OECD  Aljazeera.com
  3. Facebook's Zuckerberg wants 'new framework' for digital tax  Bangkok Post
  4. Zuckerberg accepts Facebook may pay more tax in different places: Politico  Investing.com
  5. Digital taxation expected to raise annual tax revenues by about 4 percent: OECD  ARIRANG NEWS
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Mark Zuckerberg says he understands the "frustration about how tech companies are taxed in Europe".Mark Zuckerberg says he understands the "frustration about how tech companies are taxed in Europe".

Facebook boss 'happy to pay more tax in Europe' - BBC News

OECD said that the gains from the tax overhaul would be 'broadly similar' across rich, middle, and low income countries.OECD said that the gains from the tax overhaul would be 'broadly similar' across rich, middle, and low income countries.

World tax rewrite can raise countries' revenues by $100bn: OECD | News | Al Jazeera

PARIS: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants are taxed worldwide, even if that means companies like his own paying more to national governments.PARIS: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants are taxed worldwide, even if that means companies like his own paying more to national governments.

Zuckerberg wants 'new framework' for digital tax

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David M. Herszenhorn on Twitter: ".@POLITICOEurope coverage of #MSC2020 begins in scoopy Brussels Playbook w/ sneak peek at Zuckerberg speech to securitazzi re digital tax. Also, a pre-MSC panel asked how much security EU needs (sorta like asking how much beer is needed before Oktoberfest) https://t.co/Nx7Xk1Uu9x"

Headline Health and pension spend will push up debt: OECDSpending on health and continuing to fund the State pension age at 65 will inevitably add a significant amount to Ireland’s debt, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said.

Health and pension spend will push up debt: OECD

The Facebook CEO will give his backing to global tax proposals that would likely see tech giants pay higher levels of tax.The Facebook CEO will give his backing to global tax proposals that would likely see tech giants pay higher levels of tax.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg backs big tech digital tax proposals

Rewriting cross-border corporate tax rules could increase governments' tax revenues by up to 4%, or $100 billion annually, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation estimated.Rewriting cross-border corporate tax rules could increase governments' tax revenues by up to 4%, or $100 billion annually, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation estimated.

OECD says new corporation tax rules could yield $100bn

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg accepts that global tax reforms mean it may have to pay more taxes in different countries, excerpts of a speech he is due to deliver in Germany on Saturday show.Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg accepts that global tax reforms mean it...

Zuckerberg ready for Facebook to pay more tax as welcomes rules review - Reuters

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Global efforts to stamp out tax avoidance among technology giants will be given a boost tomorrow when Facebook’s founder supports the plans, accepting that “we may have to pay more”.Mark ZuckerbergGlobal efforts to stamp out tax avoidance among technology giants will be given a boost tomorrow when Facebook’s founder supports the plans, accepting that “we may have to pay more”.Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is expected to agree to newly proposed reforms that are likely to result in him paying billions more in taxes to the British government as well as other developed countries.Mark Zuckerberg is expected to agree to newly proposed reforms that are likely to result in him paying billions more in taxes to the British government as well as other developed countries.

Mark Zuckerberg admits Facebook 'may have to pay more' as he backs reforms on taxing tech giants | Daily Mail Online

Despite strong economic growth that has put record numbers of people in work and boosted wages, Ireland faces big risks on trade, taxes and finance as well as in meeting its environmental goals, according to a new report.Despite strong economic growth that has put record numbers of people in work and boosted wages, Ireland faces big risks on trade, taxes and finance as well as in meeting its environmental goals, according to a new report.

OECD warns Ireland of risks from highly leveraged funds - Independent.ie

Corporation tax windfalls must go to cut debt or boost rainy day fundCorporation tax windfalls must go to cut debt or boost rainy day fund

OECD warns about State pension costs as population ages

PARIS (AFP) - Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday (Feb 14) backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants are taxed worldwide, even if that means companies like his own paying more to national governments.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -PARIS (AFP) - Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday (Feb 14) backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants are taxed worldwide,

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg backs reform for global tax on tech giants, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The digital tax has emerged as a key bone of contention between the US and France in particular, after Paris imposed its own tax on US digital giants such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple last year.The digital tax has emerged as a key bone of contention between the US and France in particular, after Paris imposed its own tax on US digital giants such as Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple last year.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg wants 'new framework' for digital tax - Moneycontrol.com

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants...Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday backed moves by the OECD group of free-market economies to reform the way online giants...

Facebook's Zuckerberg wants 'new framework' for digital tax