Meanwhile, In Cork (Via Elsewhere)



But one comes away from the document feeling that there is much more that could be said about what Apple is up to in Cork.

Take, for example, this Catch 22, offered baldly as a statement of fact:

AOI is incorporated in Ireland and based in Cork; thus, under US law, it is not tax resident in the US. AOI is also not tax resident in Ireland because it does not meet the fact-specific residency requirements of Irish law.”



Meet AOI, Apple’s mysterious Irish subsidiary (Fortune)

Dublin rejects Apple tax avoidance claims, (Jamie Smyth, Financial Times)

Previously: Anything Good Behind The FT Paywall?

Nothing To See Here

Pic: T-Shock

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