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#1 10-01-2019 08:19:59

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"Excluding interest,

DUBLIN DJ Moore Jersey , Sept. 5 (Xinhua) -- Credit rating agency Fitch said on Monday that the European Commission's Apple tax ruling has "mixed implications" for the country's sovereign credit profile.


In a statement, Fitch said the ruling could result in a substantial one-off improvement to Ireland's fiscal position, but may also add to medium-term economic uncertainty and increase political risks.


On Aug. 30, the European Commission said Apple should pay up to 13 billion euros (about 14.5 billion U.S. dollars) in taxes, plus interest, to the Irish government, because Apple's tax arrangements enabled it to pay less than other companies and were illegal under EU state aid rules.


Both the Irish government and Apple have said they will appeal the decision, a process that could take several years. The European Commission has said the amount could fall, depending on developments in other jurisdictions.


"If upheld, the European Commission's ruling would represent a substantial one-off fiscal windfall for Ireland," Fitch said.


"Excluding interest, the payment to the Irish government could amount to around 5.1 percent of 2015 GDP. If used to pay down debt andor reduce borrowing rather than spent, this would accelerate the improvement in public debt dynamics that has been driven by fiscal consolidation and robust nominal growth," it said.


The credit rating agency predicted Ireland's gross general government debt will fall to 63.7 percent of GDP in 2020, down from 78.7 percent in 2015.


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#2 11-01-2019 14:50:03

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Re: "Excluding interest,

The European Commission should review the article 13. - Steven C Wyer

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