US says ‘no free trade deal with UK unless digital tax scrapped’

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US says no free trade deal with UK unless digital tax scrapped – report

The US will not negotiate a free trade deal with the UK unless a new digital services tax is dropped, according to a report. The measure, which was proposed by then chancellor Philip Hammond in 2018 in response to fears that technology giants were not paying their fair share of tax, is due to come into effect in April next year.

The US will not negotiate a free trade deal with the UK unless a new digital services tax is dropped, according to a newspaper report.

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