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Irish government will appeal against verdict on EU taxes Apple
The Republic of Ireland government has decided to go against the European Commission’s ruling. Which provided that the country’s 13 billion euro should recover ill-gotten tax benefit Apple.
The Irish government had previously informed it does not agree with the decision. A motion to appeal will be next Wednesday at the Irish House of Commons, the Dáil submitted.
because it can mean on the one hand that the business climate in the country for foreign companies may be worse if no appeal is lodged, while another part says that the amount of 13 billion euros representing the government in Ireland was divided on the matter, at a cost of about 3,000 euros per inhabitant of the country.
A correspondent of the BBC suggests that the largest opposition party in Ireland, Fianna Fáil, is a professional to see whether Brussels or Dublin alike have had a secret deal with Apple about whether the Irish Government. In addition, the credibility of the independent tax authority in question.
According to Margrethe Vestager, the European commissioner to the post Competition, the decision of the commission, which was announced Tuesday, based on three years of research and based on facts by looking at Apple’s international sales, how it is regulated in Ireland and how the profit is calculated there.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that they were already sure that the Commission’s ruling will be rejected by an appeal.Viewing:-180
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