Tuesday June 2, 2020

Brexit may put off EU's Apple tax decision

Michael Noonan doesn't expect decision next month

30th June, 2016
Government still waiting for Apple tax verdict Pic: Getty

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has told an Oireachtas committee that last week’s Brexit vote may delay the

European Union’s decision on Apple’s tax dealings in Ireland.

With the possibility of “adverse finding and large arrears against major American company operating in Europe,” the release of a decision “may not be a road travelled in July,” Noonan told the Select Committee on...

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