Apple is fighting back. Accused of taking “unilateral action” and retroactively changing the rules, “disregarding decades of Irish tax law, US tax law, as well as global consensus on tax policy, that everyone has relied on,” Apple has rejected all charges resulting from the European Commission’s investigation. Now, the EU institution has released more information on the landmark competition case.
The Berlaymont is not willing to let Apple and Ireland continue “business as usual.” It published...
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