France will go “all the way” to make corporations like Google and McDonald’s pay their fair share of taxes, the country’s finance minister said.

Police raided the French offices of Google (GOOGL, Tech30) and McDonald’s (MCD) this month as part of investigations into tax avoidance. Michel Sapin, the finance minister, said more cases could follow.

Speaking to journalists from Reuters and three other European newspapers, Sapin rejected the idea of striking a deal with Google (GOOGL, Tech30) to settle the case. He said France won’t negotiate with Google, but would instead follow the law.

“We don’t do deals like Britain, we apply the law,” Sapin was quoted as saying.

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