Apple will pay the tax service of Italy 318 million euros

Moscow. December 30. American Corporation Apple Inc. settled the dispute with the tax authorities in Italy (Agenzia delle Entrate), in which a U.S. company was accused of tax evasion, the newspaper La Repubblica with reference to the source.

Details of the agreement are unknown.

According to the source, Apple has agreed to pay 318 million euros, which coincides with the amount the IRS claimed.

The newspaper notes that the current agreement is part of a broader investigation, in which the Italian regulators accused Apple of failing to pay local corporate taxes in the amount of about 880 million euros in the period from 2008 to 2013.

Official representatives of the company and Agenzia delle Entrate declined to comment, according to MarketWatch.