Apple’s Italian subsidiary company has agreed to pay EUR318m (GBP235m; $348m) following an investigation into tax fraud allegations, reports say.
The tax authorities in Italy say the firm did not pay EUR880m in tax between 2013 and 2008, in accordance with Le Repubblica.
The resolution follows investigation.
The deal has not been commented on by the United States firm. It’s previously denied trying to escape paying tax owed on gains made all over the world.