Uruguay forces businesses to reveal tax payments via QR codes

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We recently saw how US restaurant Harney Sushi is teaching its customers about sustainability in the fishing industry through edible QR codes placed onto its meals. In another campaign to offer transparency to consumers, the Uruguay Tres Milliones scheme is now making it mandatory for high street stores and restaurants to place QR code stickers on their premises, detailing information about how they pay tax. Given recent high profile news stories about the extent to which companies such as Amazon and Apple partake in tax avoidance schemes, consumers may feel more empowered to make a choice if they know whether…

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