Donohoe and IDA urge Apple, Google to lobby OECD on tax rules

9th June, 2019

Paschal Donohoe and the IDA have urged multinationals based in Ireland to lobby the OECD on proposed new tax rules.

During a visit to Silicon Valley in January, the Minister for Finance and his officials told companies such as Apple, Google, Facebook and Intel to make their views known about proposals which he has since admitted will be a challenge for Ireland.

A document marked “confidential”, but provided by the department following a freedom of...

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