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EC says Apple owes Ireland €13bn in back taxes

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 30 August 16

iPhone maker's tax arrangements in Ireland found to have breached state aid rules.

The European Commission on Tuesday ordered Ireland to recover €13 billion in unpaid taxes from Apple. An investigation launched in June 2014 concluded that the tax arrangements of two Apple subsidiaries incorporated in Ireland artificially lowered the iPhone maker's taxable earnings…

The European Commission on Tuesday ordered Ireland to recover €13 billion in unpaid taxes from Apple. An investigation launched in June 2014 concluded that the tax arrangements of two Apple subsidiaries incorporated in Ireland artificially lowered the iPhone maker's taxable earnings…

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