MILAN — Italian tax officials say Google has agreed to pay $335 million to settle an ongoing tax dispute.

Google has been under investigation by Milan prosecutors for the tax years 2009-2013, one of several European probes looking into the tax practices of international companies.

Italian tax officials said the settlement announced Thursday also launches a process to determine the tech company’s proper taxation level in Italy going forward.

The agreement covers the period under investigation, as well as 2014-2015 and 2002-2006.

Google said it remained committed to Italy.