Apple: EC could probe more multinationals following ‘comfort letter’ analysis
Two Revenue rulings formed the central plank of EC's ruling last week
The European Commission is examining multiple instances of “comfort letters” given to companies over their Irish tax affairs and could yet launch more investigations into other multinationals based here, The Sunday Business Post has established.
Two rulings given by the Revenue Commissioners to Apple formed the central plank of last week’s decision to force the US computing giant to pay €13 billion in back taxes to Ireland.
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