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Irish Government says the EU is inappropriately interfering in an issue of Irish sovereignty in announcing its plan to fight the EU ruling on Apple taxes in the European Courts    
August 30th 2016: The Irish Government has thrown down the gauntlet in announcing its 'profound disagreement' with the EU ruling that Ireland should seek €13 billion in back taxes from Apple, issued today. It argues that the EU case in incoherent, is in contravention with recent international statements, including from the US Treasury, and furthermore makes no recognition of the nature of the Irish tax system. Referring to Ireland's Common Law legal approach to taxation, "Ireland does not do deals with taxpayers", the Government statement says.

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