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Interview with Associate Professor Duncan Wigan on the Apple Tax Case


The EU Commission ruled in 2016 that Apple must pay 13 billion Euro to the Irish state because Ireland's low tax was illegal state aid.

Apple's tax case points directly into one of today's major challenges, says Associate Professor Duncan Wigan at CBS: “It is the question of how we tax multinational corporations with high intangible values - when our tax systems remain national and were created at a time when companies primarily made physical goods. Please read the full Danish interview and article in Børsen / Boersen here

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