Two-thirds of the money Apple’s iTunes collects outside of North America is being funneled through iTunes Sàrla, a Luxembourg holding company that is charhed no tax thanks to special agreement signed in 2008. This new revelation comes after heavy criticism of the US based company for paying a less than 1% per tax in Ireland on sales of iPhones, iPads and computers. Apple Sheltered $2.5 Billion In 2013 Tax documents obtained by The Australian Financial Review show the Luxemborg agreement harbored revenue that grew from €353 million ($508 million) in 2009 to €2.05 billion ($2.5 billion USD) in 2013. ....

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