Friday November 27, 2020

Apple tax: deal or no deal?

Apple claims to have a special arrangement with the Irish government, but the government denies this. What's the story? Clif Taylor reports.

25th May, 2013
Apple in Cork: structure agreed in 1990.

Apple claims to have a special arrangement with the Irish government, but the government denies this. What's the story? Clif Taylor reports.

When is an agreement a 'special deal'? All week Taoiseach Enda Kenny and his ministers have been saying that there was no special deal for Apple to pay a low corporate tax rate in Ireland.

Apple, meanwhile, seems to have other ideas, referring a number of times to negotiations with the Irish government...

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