British American Tobacco issued with £900m Dutch tax bill

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Maker of Rothmans and Camel brands accused of avoiding tax on money channelled via Netherlands

British American Tobacco is being pursued by the Dutch authorities for £902m in unpaid taxes, as the maker of Rothmans, Camel and Lucky Strike cigarettes stands accused of avoiding tax on money channelled through the Netherlands.

The claim relates to taxes the company is said to owe between 2003 and 2016 and concerns internal fees paid by Dutch subsidiaries for loans provided by its UK holding company.

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