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This week, the European Union made big news by announcing that  Apple owes Ireland $14.5 billion worth of back taxes .

Apple, Ireland and corporate tax avoidance

This week, the European Union made big news by announcing that Apple owes Ireland $14.5 billion worth of back taxes .

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