Leo Varadkar
age: 41 years
European People's Party
Ireland
Taoiseach of Ireland (PM)
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Nationality: IE
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Party: EPP
11/302
Gender: M
33/746
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Leo Varadkar says big companies should pay their taxes as he meets with Apple boss Tim Cook

Monday, January 20, 2020 06:25:00 PM

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he believes big companies should pay their taxes as he welcomed Apple chief executive Tim Cook to Dublin. Mr Cook was in the Irish capital to accept an award for special recognition for investment in Ireland from the Investment Promotion and Development Agency in the National Concert Hall.
Varadkar says big companies should pay their taxes as he meets Apple boss

Monday, January 20, 2020 04:21:00 PM

Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said he believes big companies should pay their taxes as he welcomed Apple chief executive Tim Cook to Dublin. Mr Cook was in the Irish capital to accept an award for special recognition for investment in Ireland from the Investment Promotion and Development Agency in the National Concert Hall.
Varadkar says big companies should pay their taxes as he meets Apple boss

Monday, January 20, 2020 03:46:00 PM

Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said he believes big companies should pay their taxes as he welcomed Apple chief executive Tim Cook to Dublin. Mr Cook was in the Irish capital to accept an award for special recognition for investment in Ireland from the Investment Promotion and Development Agency in the National Concert Hall.
Taoiseach presents Apple CEO Tim Cook with special award in Dublin

Monday, January 20, 2020 03:32:00 PM

APPLE CEO TIM Cook has been presented with an award by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at a ceremony in Dublin. Cook received the award at an IDA Ireland event in the National Concert Hall to mark Appleā€™s 40 years of investment in the country. The company has around 1,400 employees at its European....
Varadkar says big companies should pay their taxes as he meets Apple boss

Monday, January 20, 2020 02:55:00 PM

Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said he believes big companies should pay their taxes as he welcomed Apple chief executive Tim Cook to Dublin. Mr Cook was in the Irish capital to accept an award for special recognition for investment in Ireland from the Investment Promotion and Development Agency in the National Concert Hall.
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