Government consults legal advisers on response to Apple tax appeal
The Department of Finance has until mid-December to outline its position after receiving details of the European Commission’s appeal of the ruling
The government has received details of the European Commission’s appeal of the Apple tax ruling following its 11th-hour move last month to attempt to overturn the judgement.
Paschal Donohoe said the government was now consulting its legal advisers on how to respond to the commission’s appeal of the General Court of the European Union (GCEU) finding that Apple did not receive any illegal state aid. Under court rules it has two months and...
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