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Facebook to lobby feds on digital services tax after election promises

News | 11/21/2019 5:34 pm EST
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Facebook Inc. has registered to lobby the federal government on “proposed digital services tax,” according to the lobbyist registry, just weeks after an election campaign that saw all major parties pledge to go after foreign digital companies. 

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