Apple ordered to pay Ireland AED 52 bn in back taxes

The European Commission has ruled that Ireland must recover up to AED 52 billion in back taxes from Apple. After a three year long investigation they concluded that the US firm’s tax benefits were illegal. The Commission said Apple was coughing up substantially less than other businesses, in effect paying a corporate tax rate of 1%. Ireland has responded saying they profoundly disagree with the ruling.

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