Trump and Macron made a truce in the dispute on digital tax

According to the French President, the leaders of the two countries agreed to cooperate to avoid raising duties.

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that he had a “great conversation” with US President Donald Trump about the digital tax that Paris is planning to introduce.
As Macron noted, the two countries agreed to cooperate to avoid raising duties.

Recall that in July, France decided to introduce a 3 percent tax on income from digital services received in France by companies with revenues of more than 28 million euros in the country and more than 750 million euros worldwide. Washington threatened to impose taxes on French goods in response.

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