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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland has fully recovered 13.1 billion euros in disputed taxes from Apple Inc (AAPL.O) plus interest of 1.2 billion which it will hold in an escrow fund pending its appeal against an EU tax ruling, Ireland’s finance minister said on Tuesday. The European Commission ruled in August 2016 that Apple had received unfair tax incentives. Both Apple and Dublin are appealing against the original ruling, saying the iPhone maker’s tax treatment was in line with Irish and European Union law.
While the 14.3 billion euros would be enough to fund the country’s health service for a year, the government says it has never given any company a special deal and that the appeal is important to preserve Ireland’s attractiveness for investment, “While the government fundamentally disagrees with the Commission’s analysis and is seeking an annulment of that decision, as committed members of the European Union, we have always confirmed that we would recover the alleged State aid,” Paschal Donohoe said park avenue cufflinks and tie pin in a statement..
Ireland’s finance ministry, which began collecting the back taxes in a series of payments in May, estimated last year the total amount could have reached 15 billion euros including EU interest. Ireland has appointed investment managers to oversee the disputed cash, whom Donohoe said would make low-risk investment decisions and the Irish taxpayer would be protected from any losses. For its part, the Commission said it will scrap its lawsuit against Ireland which it initiated last year because of delays in recovering the money.
“In light of the full payment by Apple of the illegal State aid park avenue cufflinks and tie pin it had received from Ireland, Commissioner (Margrethe) Vestager will be proposing to the College of Commissioners the withdrawal of this court action,” Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso said in an email, Ireland’s finance ministry said its appeal had been granted priority status and is progressing through the various stages of private written proceedings before the General Court of the European Union (GCEU), Europe’s second highest court..
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators plan to drop legal action against Ireland after iPhone maker Apple (AAPL.O) paid 13.1 billion euros ($15.3 billion) in back taxes following a regulatory order two years ago, the European Commission said on Tuesday. European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager sued Ireland last year for failing to recover the record amount. “In light of the full payment by Apple of the illegal State aid it had received from Ireland, Commissioner Vestager will be proposing to the College of Commissioners the withdrawal of this court action,” Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso said in an email.
LONDON (Reuters) - Investors cut equity exposure this month as they grew more wary that economic growth may slow, but kept a long-standing preference for park avenue cufflinks and tie pin mega-cap tech stocks, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s monthly survey indicated on Tuesday, BAML’s September survey found investors’ outlook on economic growth had worsened significantly, driving them to increase cash holdings, A net 24 percent of those surveyed expected global growth to slow in the next year, up from 7 percent in August, This was the worst such outlook since December 2011..
A trade war remained the biggest tail risk cited by investors. September was the fourth straight month this was cited as the biggest fear, though its dominance was receding. Fears of a slowdown in China were increasing, as were worries about rising global interest rates. As a result, the average cash balance climbed to an 18-month high of 5.1 percent, from 5.0 percent in August. Overall allocation to equities fell 11 percentage points to a net 22 percent overweight - near July’s levels which were the lowest in 18 months.
The “most crowded” trade for the eighth straight month was park avenue cufflinks and tie pin “Long FAANG and BAT” - acronyms for U.S, tech giants Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google, and China’s Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, The two other crowded trades were short positions on emerging market equities followed by long dollar, A divergence in regional preferences yawned ever wider: investors’ allocation to U.S, equities rose to the biggest overweight since January 2015, while allocation to euro zone equities fell to an 18-month low..