Corporate giants, teeny tiny tax bills

Facebook. Starbucks. Google. Amazon. eBay. All huge American corporations that make vast revenues in the UK and yet make negligible tax contributions to HMRC. Check out MT's infographic to see the true impact of tax avoidance in the UK.

by Rebecca Burn-Callander
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013

Download the full-size infographic on the right.

To find out more about the ongoing campaign against tax avoidance, check out Ethical Consumer

Thanks to MT's Josh Gowen for the design wizardry.

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