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Austria says other EU countries looking at Apple tax

Comments come as EU commissioner signals new tax rules drive

9th September, 2016
Pierre Moscovici Pic: Getty

Austria's finance minister Joerg Schelling has said EU countries are examining their right to Apple tax revenue.

Vestager has said that the amount Apple would repay to Ireland could be reduced if other EU member states required the company to pay more taxes for the period covered by her investigation.

EU finance ministers are meeting today in the Slovak capital Bratislava ahead of a summit of EU leaders there next Friday. Finance Minister Michael Noonan,...

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