Google to pay more than $1 billion to settle French tax cases

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.
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  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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