Stephen Kinsella: Is there a whole barrel of Apples?
Due to our ‘tax haven lite’ status, the current case could be the first of many
Contrast the Irish government’s reaction to the Brexit announcement with its reaction to the ruling by the European Commission that Ireland helped Apple pay almost no tax on profits it made selling its devices and services across Europe.
The morning of the Brexit result, the Taoiseach appeared before the media with a plan, a set of actions drawn up by his officials, and a sense that the government had at least thought through...
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