Details of Perrigo’s €1.64 billion tax appeal can’t be disclosed - Tax Appeals Commission
The Public Accounts Committee had sought information on Perrigo’s appeal of its Revenue bill which it settled for less than €300 million
Details of Perrigo’s appeal of a €1.64 billion tax bill, which was ultimately settled for less than €300 million, can’t be disclosed, the Tax Appeals Commission has said.
Responding to a written request for information from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), the Commission said that it was legally constrained from providing any information due to the pharma giant’s request that the appeal be heard in private.
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