Google Madrid on Pablo Ruiz Picasso square.
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Google's Madrid offices are its latest to be raided as the search giant faces a series of tax probes across the European Union.
The raid was approved by a court in Madrid, Reuters reported, following a request by the Spanish tax authorities.
Reuters cited a spokeswoman giving the company's rote statement on such matters, saying that Google had complied with all regulations and legislation regarding financial matters in every territory in which it operated, and it was also working with the Spanish tax authorities to answer its questions.
The Spanish raid follows similar action in France, where Google was alleged to have underpaid tax by £1.2bn .