State must reject a negative EU ruling on Apple
The EU Commission knows it is becoming increasingly irrelevant, but that is not an excuse to pursue Ireland over Apple
Olli Rehn. Do you remember him? Mr Rehn was Commissioner for Economic and Monetary affairs in the last EU Commission. He seemed ubiquitous during Ireland’s bailout, and along with Ajai Chopra, was often the face and voice of the troika. He was Mr Debt Crisis. But how many of us in this country know who took over his job?
It’s not just because Ireland is out of the bailout that we’ve lost sight...
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