Difference between the CIT due and paid by US digital companies in France 2011

This graph presents the estimated difference between the corporate income tax (CIT) due and the corporate income taxes paid by major American digital companies in France in 2011, in million euros. It shows that in 2011, Apple Inc. paid about seven million euros of corporate income tax in France, whereas it should have paid 317.5 million.

Estimated difference between corporate income tax (CIT) due and corporate income tax paid by American digital companies in France in 2011

Taxes on companies paid in FranceTaxes that should have been paid in France
Google5.5162
Apple Inc.6.7317.5
Facebook0.0521.2
Amazon3.310.9
Microsoft22317
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Sources

Release date

October 2013

Region

France

Survey time period

2011

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Estimation Facbeook basée sur données Facebook UK. Données Apple basées sur l'hypothèse d'une majorité des produits physiques Apple vendus par des réseaux de distribution tiers sont vendus en fait par Apple Sales International, domicilié en Irlande et ne payant pas l'impôt sur les sociétés en France."

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