Tax on turnover is one of the proposals as regulators assess options for increasing state take from Google, Amazon and Apple

Technology companies pay less than half the tax of bricks-and-mortar businesses, according to a report by the European commission, as regulators assess options for increasing governments’ take from the likes of Google and Amazon.

A digital business with international operations typically pays a 10.1% tax rate in the EU, compared with a 23.2% rate levied on traditional companies, said the report released on Thursday.

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