Apple Agrees to Pay France $571 Million in Back Taxes

February 5, 2019

Via: Fortune

Apple has been slapped with a hefty tax bill in France, according to several reports.

The tech giant has agreed with France’s tax authorities to pay 500 million euros ($571 million) in back taxes, Reuters is reporting, citing local media reports. The news agency confirmed that Apple and regulators had agreed to a tax bill. They didn’t announce publicly the amount of the agreement.

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