Apple announces 1,000 new jobs in Ireland as EU tax ruling nears

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ed Ireland of swerving int【一字拆一肖获 】ernational tax rules by letting Apple shelter 【2020年o53期美女六肖图 】profits worth t【码网站王中王 】ens of billions of dollars fr【381818小白姐一肖中特 】om revenue collectors in 【牛娃彩票导航网 香港 】return for maintaining jobs. A decision on wheth【高清跑狗图跑狗网 】er the tax deal with Apple constituted unfair state aid is d【香港2014马会平码资料 】ue after Christmas, Finance Minister Michael Noonan told journalists on Wednesday. It could force App【2020年新版跑狗86期 】le to pay substantial ba【管家婆106期彩图 】ck taxes. “You can tell by our announcement today, we’re all in【2018年二十六期马报玄机图 】, C【2020年36期四不像 】hief Executive Tim Cook told Irish national broadcaster R【2020香港马经(新版) 】TE in an interview whe【新版跑狗142期图解 】n asked if it would scale back its I【爱资料 惠泽社群 】rish operations i【2019年118期四不像特码数字是多少 】f EU regulators ruled against it. “If there is an adverse【香港赛马会 收音机 】 ruling, we’re going to appeal, Ireland【曾夫人资料论坛168四不像 】 is going to appeal and we&rs

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l add the 1,000 jobs by mid-2017, meaning that at 6,000 workers, about a quarter of its European-based 【现货黄金最新走势预测 】staff will work in Ireland’s second city of Cork, where it is the la【二四六天天好彩免费资料二 】r【万众118图库黑白图 】gest private sector employer.【表2020年六开彩走势图 】 Almost one in 10 workers in Ireland are employed

by foreign firms s【2020年58期跑狗图分析 】uch as Apple. Noonan said the new jobs showed that the controversy【44期跑狗图参考 】 around Apple’s tax deal “hasn’t affected their enthusiasm for Ireland. Having ex【海狮报彩图2020年全年 】pressed confidence in the past that Ireland

woul【lol精彩图集 】d be cleared of a【香港平特玄机图 】n【曾道中红姐开奖 】y wrongdoing, Noonan added that he did “not have a st

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e seen as prejudicing the decision. Related CoverageApple CEO says committed to Ireland regardless of EU ruling: RTEThe European Commission has already ordered Dutch authorities to recover up to 30 million euro【香港赛马会排位直播 】s ($32.23 million)from U.S. coffee chain Starbucks and 【管家婆彩图11303 】Luxembourg to do the same【管家婆图库 今期特码 】 with Fiat Chrysler for their tax deals. Apple paid an average tax rate of just 2.5 percent on around $109 bi【新报跑狗图47 】llion of【管家婆一句中特已公开 】 non-U.S. profits in the five years to 2014, a fraction of Ireland’s 12.5 percent tax rate. Cook told RTE that Apple has paid the 12.5 percent rate on all the income that it generates in Ireland.