Jack Horgan-Jones: Why CCCTB matters for Ireland

While the tax won't hit our headline corporate rate of 12.5%, consolidation is the real threat to Ireland

25th October, 2016
Jack Horgan-Jones: Why CCCTB matters for Ireland
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Expect to be hearing a lot about another tax acronym - CCCTB - this week. But before you glaze over, take a few minutes to read why it matters for Ireland.

Just when you thought it was safe to get back in the water after the the tax acronym fun we last week with the Icavs, Qifs and Qiaifs, along comes CCCTB.

While CCCTB in and of itself would make no difference to...

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