How Intel ruling will impact upon Apple’s Irish tax case
Could the Apple ruling mean contagion for other multinationals?
Intel’s eight-year clash with the European Union over chip pricing has dragged on so long that the 1.06 billion-euro ($1.26 billion) antitrust fine, a record at the time, now seems like a distant memory.
But Wednesday’s ruling in the case at the EU Court of Justice could be a blast from the past if it ends the European Commission’s decades-long winning streak in cases about monopolies. It will also impact upon Apple’s battle with Europe...
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