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Majority of Irish voters back Apple and Irish government in opposing EU tax ruling – poll

A poll for the Irish Times found that the majority of Irish voters believe that the government is right to join Apple in appealing against the EU ruling that the Cupertino company must pay €13B ($14.5B) in back taxes. more… Filed under: Apple
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