The Finance Minister says it could take 'a number of years' before the case is ruled on by Europe's top court.
The Finance Minister says it could take 'a number of years' before the Apple tax case is ruled on by Europe's top court.
The European Commission confirmed will appeal a judgement, which claimed it did not have a required legal standard to order the tech giant pay 13 billion euro in alleged unpaid taxes to Ireland.
The ruling from the EU's General Court will now go to the European Court of Justice, with the Commission believing it has grounds based on 'a number of errors in law'.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe says the final decision on the matter will take some time:
MEP for Midland's North West Luke Ming Flanagan says the Irish Government's approach to the Apple Tax case is wrong: