Apple tax increases delayed until 2024, as OECD says global tax deal behind schedule
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Apple tax increases delayed until 2024, as OECD says global tax deal behind schedule

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Apple tax increases in Ireland and elsewhere were expected to take effect in 2023, but will now likely be delayed until 2024 as a result of slow progress on agreeing a global digital tax deal.

The delay is good news for Apple, whose European headquarters is based in Ireland, where it currently pays a tax rate of just 12.5% …

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