Should UK customers boycott Amazon?
Amazon and other multinational companies that do not pay UK tax rates are flooding the market. Do you think they should be boycotted? Why?
There seems to be a trend with multinational companies all over Europe. Google has been fined millions of Euros in France and is negociating to get the amount reduced, so I am not really surprised at the news of what Amazon is doing in the UK. I do not live in the UK so it is not my place to say if they should be boycotted or not but I certainly think the government should enforce the local tax laws, provided they are breaking any, which might be a sticky point. Thanks for bringing the facts to our attention.
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