Ireland would appeal, taking sides with Apple in dispute with the European Union
The Irish government today announced the decision to appeal to the court of the European Union on the decision of the European Commission, according to which Ireland needs to recover from the Apple 13 billion euros of unpaid taxes.
The decision to appeal to the approval of the legislators, which I will withdraw from the summer holidays. The source notes that the results of the vote are unlikely to go against the recommendation of the government.
Informed on intention to appeal stated by Apple. The head of the company expressed confidence that the Commission’s decision will be reviewed.