Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Apple CEO defends Ireland track record

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 31 August 16

iPhone maker says European Commission's €13 billion tax ruling puts investment, job creation at risk.

Apple has defended its record in Ireland after the European Commission said the iPhone maker owed the government there €13 billion in unpaid tax. An investigation launched by Brussels in June 2014 on Tuesday concluded that the tax arrangements of two Apple subsidiaries incorporated in Ireland &ndash…

Apple has defended its record in Ireland after the European Commission said the iPhone maker owed the government there €13 billion in unpaid tax. An investigation launched by Brussels in June 2014 on Tuesday concluded that the tax arrangements of two Apple subsidiaries incorporated in Ireland &ndash…

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