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MPs hung up on Vodafone tax escape

The $130 billion Verizon sale is exempt under Dutch law yet UK watchdogs are pressuring the telecom giant to pay up

'PUBLIC SPENDING WATCHDOGS claim [Vodafone] has a moral duty to hand over some of its gains to taxpayers' read the headline in The Independent recording Vodafone's astonishing $130 billion deal to sell its stake in Verizon.  

To read the article in full go to Spear's blog

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