Apple and Ireland win appeal over state aid
Major victory for Irish government as European court annuls finding that the company received selective advantage
The European courts have overturned a finding that Apple benefited from illegal state aid, representing a significant victory for the government.
In a ruling today, the General Court of the European Union annulled the Competition Commission’s findings which ordered the state to collect some €13 billion in back taxes from Apple.
In the ruling, the court said the commission was wrong to state that two Apple entities, Apple Sales International (ASI) and Apple...
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