Understanding Zambia's plans to tax Netflix

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Zambia's government is planning to start taxing the popular online streaming service, Netflix arguing that the company generates revenue in the country, but does not contribute to its national budget.*

The government also argues that Netflix does not abide by local content regulations that require television stations in the country to have up to 60% local programmes that promote the nation's culture.

Netflix is an American company whose main business is a subscription-based streaming
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