PARIS—Google is paying more than $1 billion in fines and back taxes to settle a pair of tax disputes in France, where it has faced years of investigations into whether it has properly declared all of its activity in the country.
The Alphabet Inc.
ubsidiary said Thursday that a court has approved a €500 million ($553 million) fine it had agreed to in a settlement of a tax-related probe with France’s financial prosecutor. The prosecutor has since 2015 been investigating Google for aggravated tax evasion.
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