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Ireland setting up fund to manage Apple back taxes

Monday, July 24, 2017 - 05:50

Dublin

THE Irish government is setting up a fund to manage the estimated 13 billion euros (S$20.6 billion) it will collect from Apple Inc in back taxes, nearly a year after the European Commission ruled the country had provided a sweetheart deal on tax to the US firm.

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