Ireland has given “no indication” about when it will begin to collect €13bn in back tax from Apple, according to European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager.
Last month, Vestager had warned the Commission would take court-enforcement action against Ireland over failure to collect the tax money, which is under appeal by both Ireland and Apple.
As reported by the Irish Independent online, Irish officials insist they are still working to comply with the Commission ruling, which will ...
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