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Apple defends tax record after Paradise Papers expose use of offshores

Tuesday 7 November 2017 | 08:47 CET | News
Apple has denied any wrongdoing after being cited in the so-called 'Paradise Papers' over the use of offshore territories to evade tax. The company was accused of reducing its tax bill by shifting some of its holdings from Ireland to Jersey in 2015. 

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Companies: Apple
Countries: Ireland / United States / World
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