Eurobites: Western Europe Falls Out of Love With Smartphones
News Analysis Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe 5/10/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TIM does deal with Mediaset; Iskratel helps with Tier 1 network upgrade; Apple abandons Irish data center project; Finnish gamers try out 5G.
The relationship between Ireland and Apple has soured somewhat in recent times, following the European Commission's decision that the Irish government was owed $14.5 billion in back taxes by Apple, as a result of what were deemed unfairly favorable tax arrangements applied to the company. (See Eurobites: Don't Pick On Apple, Says Irish Telecom Tycoon.)
— Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, Light Reading
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