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Majority of Irish voters want government to oppose Apple’s giant tax bill

A new poll suggests a majority of Irish voters support the Irish government in opposing Apple’s enormous $14.52 billion tax bill for unpaid back taxes in the Republic of Ireland. 47 percent of respondents said they agreed the Irish government was right to back Apple, compared to 39 percent who say it’s wrong to do […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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