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In October 1980, French stand-up comedian, Coluche, announced his candidacy for the French presidential election in those terms:
The European Commission’s verdict on Apple is not about tax and it could have very worrying consequences for international trade relations, Robert Maas, tax consultant at CBW, Accountants, Tax and Business Advisors (DFK International), writes
The European Commission has concluded that Ireland granted €13bn ($14.5bn) of illegal state aid to Apple. But the real question on everyone’s lips is: who will benefit from this large bite of the apple? Francesca Lagerberg, global leader tax services at Grant Thornton, writes
Richard Murphy’s reacts to the European Commission decision that Ireland’s deal with tech giant Apple was unlawful and ordering the company to pay up to €13bn in Irish tax.
Kemal Öztürer, partner at Promesa Denetim ve SMMM AS, a member firm of MSI Global Alliance, looks at the implications of the thwarted uprising for the future of the country bridging Europe and Asia
Ebner Stolz partner Uwe Harr explains why the recently release leasing standard will impact the accounting for the lessees
Introducing International Accounting Bulletin end of the year double issue