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Apple’s latest research shows that the iOS app economy supports 2.2 million jobs in the US

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Apple has published a study to show how well the economy of iPhone applications works in the current format.

According to this study by Analysis Group, the iOS application ecosystem currently supports over 2.2 million jobs in the United States alone. Thus, the income of small developers has increased by 118% in the last two years.

As a reference, the USA is in second place in the ranking of countries where the incomes of small developers have increased the most. The US was overtaken by France, where these revenues have increased by 122% in the last two years.

Then, France and the USA are followed in such a ranking by South Korea, Australia, China, Great Britain, Japan and Germany. In this context, the value of transactions made by applications in the App Store increased last year by 24%. It reached 643 billion.

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According to the same study, most developers are from Europe, 24%: 23% of developers are from China and 14% from the US.

Apple and Google could be charged more: what happens to digital taxation

The agreement aims to reallocate the tax rights of large digital groups, such as Apple and Google, to the countries where the end customers are located, reports Reuters.

OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann told a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that progress in resolving technical details of the digital tax agreement is slower than planned. A global digital tax deal may not be ready by the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024, said French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, signaling a long delay in implementing the reform.

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The agreement, which officials had hoped to sign in the middle of this year, aims to reallocate the tax rights of large digital groups, such as Apple and Google, to countries where end customers are located.

It is the first of two pillars of a major overhaul of cross-border tax rules that also includes plans for a 15% minimum global profit tax for large multinationals.

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