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Ireland Remains in the Dark on Size of Any Apple Tax Repayment

  • Irish still braced for adverse decision after Vestager meeting
  • EU to release decision in September or October, Noonan says
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Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan says the European Commission has offered no clues of the scale of any repayment order that may be imposed on Apple Inc. over the iPhone maker’s tax arrangements in Ireland.

Noonan met with EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager in Brussels this week to discuss her probe into Ireland, and was told a decision may come in September or October.