Full text of landmark EU ruling outlines how firm can cut payments to Dublin if other member states demand a slice or it pays more to US parent company

Apple could reduce its €13bn (£10.8bn) tax bill to Ireland if it increased payments to its US parent company or paid back taxes to other EU countries, the European commission has said, as it revealed the full text of its landmark ruling against the US tech giant for the first time.

Margrethe Vestager, the EU competition commissioner, suggested Ireland may not see the full €13bn in back taxes if Apple chose to pay larger amounts to its US headquarters to fund research and development.

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