Ireland defends ’90s Apple tax deal

Ireland defends ’90s Apple tax deal
The deal was brokered amid fears that multinationals would leave Ireland when the export sales relief – which allowed tax reliefs on goods sold outside of Ireland – was ended. It delivered long-standing tax benefits to the companies involved.

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