Corrections and clarifications

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• A news article and editorial said that Microsoft Round Island One, based in Ireland, paid no tax on a $315bn profit last year because it is resident for tax in Bermuda. To clarify: over $301bn came from an internal reorganisation, and such gains are not normally taxable under common global tax principles. Microsoft said almost all of the rest, an operating profit of $13.6bn, was a dividend from an Irish tax-resident company that had been fully taxed there (Microsoft arm paid no tax on £222bn, 4 June, page 1; The G7 global tax deal is a step in the right direction, but there is a long way to go, 7 June, Journal, page 2).

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