How Intel ruling will impact upon Apple’s Irish tax case

Could the Apple ruling mean contagion for other multinationals?

6th September, 2017
The Intel World Headquarters located in Santa Clara

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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