date icon December 2, 2019 category icon Statements

Statement On USTR’s Notice Of Determination For Its Section 301 Investigation Of France’s Digital Services Tax

Washington, DC – IA Director Trade Policy, Jordan Haas issued the following statement on USTR’s Notice of Determination for its Section 301 Investigation of France’s Digital Services Tax (DST):

“Today USTR is defending the internet, which is a great American export. Discriminatory digital services taxes act as a trade barrier for innovative American companies and small businesses often face the biggest burden from them. The French DST is one of a growing number of concerning unilateral tax regimes around the world, and we welcome the announcement from USTR today. The OECD is currently working towards a long-term solution for global digital taxation, and we encourage all countries that are contemplating passing a go-it-alone tax to focus efforts on the global solution.”


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