Apple chief executive Tim Cook is keeping people guessing as to whether the company will repatriate its massive pile of cash stashed outside the US or leave things as they are.
Apple faces a record tax bill after the European Union ordered it to repay €13 billion (A$19.73 billion), having found that a number of deals the company cut to do business in Ireland were illegal.
Apple is set to face a challenge in its dealings with Ireland, with the European Union's anti-trust regulator to rule soon that the company's tax deals with Dublin are in violation of the EU's rules, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
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