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Fiscal policy: Minimum wages in the UK

The digital dilemma

Why taxing tech giants is so complicated and what it means for society

In a world where digital giants like Facebook and Google play a pivotal role in our daily lives, the question of how they contribute to society through taxation is important. In this article, Rasmus Corlin Christensen looks at the complex landscape of taxing digital firms, exploring the shortcomings of traditional tax models and the ongoing tug-of-war between governments and companies in establishing fair taxation rules

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globalisation, market power, government intervention

Imagine scrolling through your Facebook feed, watching a trending series on Netflix, or searching for something on Google. These activities have become as routine as brushing our teeth, and the social media companies themselves play integral parts in our daily lives. Companies like Facebook, Netflix and Google are more than just brands; they influence how we communicate, entertain ourselves, and even think. These digital giants fundamentally shape our society, but do they also contribute to it? Do they pay their fair share of taxes?

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Fiscal policy: Minimum wages in the UK

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