US News Tesco, Aldi & Co .: Supermarket chains in Great Britain pay waived taxes after

20:10  03 december  2020
20:10  03 december  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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Several supermarket chains in Great Britain want to pay back taxes waived by the state this year. In total it is about a billion amount.

Insgesamt sollen sich die Rückzahlungen nach britischen Medienberichten auf mehr als 1,7 Milliarden Pfund (rund 1,88 Milliarden Euro) belaufen. © dpa Overall, according to British media reports, the repayments will amount to more than 1.7 billion pounds (around 1.88 billion euros).

Several large supermarket chains in UK have announced that they will pay hundreds of millions of pounds in back taxes. The taxes had actually been waived for the current financial year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

After Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons, Aldi, and Asda also joined the offer on Thursday. Overall, according to British media reports, the repayments should amount to more than 1.7 billion pounds (around 1.88 billion euros).

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Tesco has unveiled its new discount chain called Jack's that aims to tackle the rising threat posed by German rivals Aldi and Lidl. The first store is in a mothballed former Tesco store in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. Another outlet in Immingham, Lincolnshire also opens on Thursday.

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The government in London welcomed the decision. However, a Downing Street spokesman said it was up to each company to decide whether to follow suit. Hopes that the money could now be used for needy professions, the cabinet member responsible for parliamentary affairs, Jacob Rees-Mogg, rejected on Thursday in the lower house. The money has already been spent and is only reducing the deficit that had accumulated during the crisis.

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Tesco is a British multinational company that sells grocery and general merchandise. The second largest supermarket chain in the UK is the Sainsbury’s. The company has a 15.8% share of Aldi is actually made up of two discount supermarket chains , Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd that use the common

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