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Europe set to rule against Apple’s Irish tax setup

6th September, 2015
Apple building Picture: Getty

The government is taking advice from tax experts and lawyers as it prepares to fight against an anticipated negative ruling from the European Commission on US technology giant Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland.

It is thought that the Commission is likely to deliver the verdict of its long-running investigation into the arrangements between the company and the state in the coming days.

The ruling will be seen as a major blow to the...

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