Newsround: what Monday's business pages say

Apple on trial for allegedly conspiring on e-book prices; An Post to mount joint bid for lottery; Digicel part of bid for mobile licence in Burma: today's newspapers.

3rd June, 2013
Newsround: Monday

The top local and global business stories from Monday's newspapers*:


**Government** ruled out hardship clause in property tax over fears of triggering floods of applications.

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