Bankers, Apple possible casualties in Irish politics shock

Sinn Fein supporters hold a national flag as votes are counted in Ireland's national election, in Dublin, Ireland, February 9, 2020. Foto: Phil Noble

If Ireland's populist Sinn Fein party manages to form a government, Apple, bankers and real-estate companies may be among the biggest losers.

The party, which won the popular vote in Ireland's general election last week, is opening discussions with others to try and form a coalition. There's no guarantee it will find enough allies, with the established parties of Fine Gael and Fianna Fail wary of the Sinn Fein's past links to the IRA terror group and its economic polices...

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