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Sales tax regime for digital services outdated: auditor general

News | 05/07/2019 6:06 pm EDT
Principal auditor Philippe Le Goff, centre, and other experts talk to media about the auditor general's spring reports in Ottawa on May 7, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA Canadian companies that sell digital products which are subject to sales tax are “disadvantaged” by foreign companies who are exempt from the tax, according to one of the auditors behind a report released by the auditor general’s office Tuesday.

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