Apple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-PresseApple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Apple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Apple faces twin attack as EU probes App Store and Apple Pay

  • The investigation is the latest in a growing list of EU inquiries into Silicon Valley’s major technology companies
  • In 2016, the EU’s antitrust regulators ruled that Apple pay US$14.7 billion in back taxes in Ireland
Topic |   Apple
Apple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-PresseApple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Apple said the latest investigation by the European Commission is “advancing baseless complaints from a handful of companies” in the EU. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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