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Macron and Trump declare a truce on digital tax dispute

Reuters Monday, 20 January 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday he had a "great discussion" with U.S. President Donald Trump over a digital tax planned by Paris and said the two countries would work together to avoid a rise in tariffs.
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News video: France Holds Off on Taxing U.S. Tech Giants After Striking Deal With Trump

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French President Emmanuel Macron and President Trump strike a deal to pause France's digital tax to avoid an increase in tariffs.

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