The ruling, which will be contested by both Apple and the Irish government, may threaten Ireland's ability to attract investment from global companies eager to limit their tax bill on overseas earnings.
The U.S. government also expressed "disappointment" at the result, which has become a touchstone for concerns about U.S. multinationals keeping foreign profits offshore.
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