MILAN (Reuters) – Italy and Alphabet Inc’s Google are near achieving an arrangement to settle an assessment question, the leader of the Italian duty expert Rossella Orlandi revealed to Italian daily paper La Repubblica.
“We are near an answer with Google,” Orlandi said.
Italy is taking a gander at a proposition from Google to pay between 270 million and 280 million euros to settle an assessment debate, a source near the matter said in January.
A year ago Italian assessment police claimed that Google had sidestepped paying charges worth 227 million euros ($248 million) in the vicinity of 2009 and 2013 in a move which was said could bring about overwhelming reformatory fines.
In the meeting with La Repubblica, Orlandi additionally said the legislature is auditing the matter of web stages for home rentals, for example, Airbnb Inc.
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(Announcing by Francesca Landini, altering by Stephen Jewkes)