PARIS, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Facebook France has accepted paying more than 100 million euros in taxes, including a penalty, relating to its accounting years before 2018, French financial magazine Capital reported on its website.
Facebook was not immediately available for comment. The French Finance Ministry said it could not comment on individual tax cases.
Capital reported that it had seen documents showing that Facebook had been ordered to pay 104 million euros, including a 22 milion euro penalty.
(Reporting by Mathieu Rosemain and Leigh Thomas; Writing by Geert De Clercq; Editing by Alison Williams)
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