the EU require Apple on the record skattebot.
the decision-Makers in the EU have completely ignored what the experts say, exceeded their powers and have consciously aimed to maximize the punishment for Apple's tax agreements with Ireland.
It said the company's management and lawyers who now chooses to appeal the EUROPEAN commission's decision on a skattebot of over 120 billion.
the EU commission Margrethe Vestager, in charge of competition, said at the time that member states may not give tax benefits to individual companies and that it violates the EU's state aid rules.
The actual corporation tax in Ireland is 12.5%.
Reuters said Apple's cfo Luca Maestri and general counsel Bruce Sewell to an appeal will be submitted to the EUROPEAN court of justice during the week.