Friday November 27, 2020

Apple got tax deal in 1990

The Sunday Business Post can today reveal the full details of Ireland's "special deal" with the multinational technology giant Apple over its Irish tax treatment.

25th May, 2013
Tim Cook, chief executive, Apple: the company told the US senate it had a special deal in Ireland. Photo: AP

* Haughey government struck secret accord with tech giant

* Ireland poised to scrap 'Double Irish' tax scheme

* Ten multinationals pay one-third of all corporation tax

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