The European Commission’s long-awaited state aid decision on tax rulings issued by Ireland to US-multinational Apple has created a political typhoon. It has invited an unprecedented response from all involved parties, with some hailing the decision as a victory and others criticising the tax charge as excessive or even unwarranted. Anjana Haines and Amelia Schwanke report on the recent developments.
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Anjana manages ITR’s online and print coverage, alongside the publication’s awards and events worldwide. She covers all areas of corporate tax matters, but particularly disputes, transfer pricing arrangements and tax treaty analysis.