- Apple creates thousands of jobs in Ireland. The iPhone maker wants to meet with the jobs boost to complaints from Brussels about how Apple Ireland as a tax haven, reports Reuters.
Apple has a deal with the Irish government in the area of pay income tax, but the European Commission suspects that rules be exceeded by those agreements. In December should be clear whether it constitutes State aid prohibited. Our country has to deal with similar studies, but with coffee chain Starbucks.
On Apple's office in Cork now operate 5,000 people and that there should be 6000 mid 2017.