EC trawls for more Irish tax deals

Officials probe deals made with other multinationals around the time of the early 1990s arrangement between Apple and the government

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Ian Kehoe

23rd December, 2014

The European Commission extended its examination of Ireland’s tax policy beyond Apple, seeking information from Dublin about tax arrangements with a number of other multinational corporations.

The Sunday Business Post has established that the commission’s competition wing is carrying out an “information gathering exercise” with the Irish authorities over a number of tax deals with multinationals.

The deals relate to the early 1990s, the same time as Ireland agreed...

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