Apple has to pay taxes of up to $46M in undeclared benefits in Korea, says lawmaker

Apple has to pay taxes of up to $46M in South Korea on benefits it failed to declare, says a lawmaker – citing figures based on data from the Korea Fair Trade Commission.

The controversy relates to an investigation that found Apple guilty of antitrust behaviors in respect of local mobile carriers …

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