Sep 17, 2019
Apple Irish tax case appeal heard by EU court
A European Union court is due to hear appeals against a decision to order Ireland to recover unpaid taxes of €13bn from Apple. In 2016, the European Commission found an agreement between Dublin and the technology giant was against EU law. It said the Irish government allowed the company to attribute nearly all its earnings from EU sales to a head office in Ireland that existed only on paper. Both Ireland and Apple are appealing against the ruling.
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