Apple Expected To Begin Paying €13 Billion In New Year
The Finance Minister expects Apple to start paying 13 billion euro in owed taxes early next year.
Paschal Donohoe says significant progress has been made on agreements around an escrow account to hold the money.
A tendering process as to who will manage that account should finish by the end of January.
Paschal Donohoe says funds will start flowing after that, but insists they'll still fight the European Commission ruling:
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