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Irish PM sees progress in recovering Apple tax money

Wednesday 22 November 2017 | 14:59 CET | News
The Ireland government has asked Apple to pay the tax money claimed by the European Commission into an escrow account "without further delay", Prime Minister Leo Varadkar told parliament. The money will be held until the appeal against the Commission's decision is head. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / European Commission
Countries: Europe / Ireland
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