Here’s why Ireland doesn’t want Apple’s $14.5B in back taxes
LONDON — In normal circumstances, a 13 billion euro ($14.5 billion) cash award would make any country ecstatic. But Ireland is no ordinary country when it comes to tax law – and its government insists it doesn’t want the colossal windfall. Story continues below The Irish government joined Apple in vowing Tuesday to appeal the European Commission’s...
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