E.U. orders Apple to pay its taxes
Ireland is told to collect $14.5 billion in ruling that clashes with U.S.
Ireland stands by its approach to taxes, saying it did not give preferential treatment to Apple or other companies.
BY JAMES KANTER AND MARK SCOTT
Europe’s antitrust enforcer has ordered Ireland to collect billions in back taxes from Apple, a move that will ramp up trans-Atlantic tensions over what global companies pay in the countries where they do business.
The decision, part of a broader...
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