Apple must pay Ireland $14.5 billion in taxes, rules European Commission
Andrew Cunningham reader comments 91 Share this story BRUSSELS—Europe’s competition chief has ordered Ireland to reclaim €13 billion (£11.1 billion/$14.5 billion) in back taxes from Apple. It comes despite the US treasury department warning last week that it would “consider its options” in such an eventuality. Speaking at the European Commission’s...
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