Apple’s €13bn bill swamps its EU tax filings – FT.com

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The €13bn tax penalty that Ireland is expected to claw back from Apple as illegal state aid is more than 30 times the tax it has paid in the rest of Europe over the past 10 years. Excluding its payments in Ireland, Apple paid just €344m of tax in

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