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Study claims Apple avoided paying $65.08B in US taxes in 2015 through offshore arrangements

Apple managed to avoid paying $65.08 billion in U.S. taxes last year by keeping $218.55 billion offshore, according to a study produced by an activist group and a non-partisan think tank.
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