After Apple tax ruling, fossil fuel companies should be worried

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After Apple tax ruling, fossil fuel companies should be worried

Political nonsense or the rule of law? Apple's €13bn tax bill is a cautionary tale for fossil fuel companies, argues ClientEarth's Sam Bright

As Apple faces a €13bn bill for unpaid taxes, should fossil fuel companies now be shuffling their feet about their own tax breaks? The US tech giant Apple is renowned for its ability to make the mundane...

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