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On September 9, US Congressmen Dan Kildee (D-MI) and Ron Estes (R-KS) introduced a House Resolution condemning foreign digital services taxes. H.Res. 1097 expresses “strong opposition to the imposition of digital services taxes by other countries that discriminate against United States companies” and called “on all other countries to cease and desist from implementing any DST, and to immediately stop unfairly targeting United States companies” while the OECD continues its work. Congressman Estes said “France led the charge in implementing DSTs, which only prompted others to seek profit from American ingenuity.”