Why Ireland Doesn’t Want Apple’s $14.5 Billion in Back TaxesBy and
World’s richest company ordered to pay Irish record amount
Ireland seeks to protect its corporate tax reputation
Apple’s billions in back taxes could cover the entire annual Irish health budget, build about 100,000 homes for the poor or pay off a chunk of the nation’s debt. So why doesn’t the government want the money?
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