Noonan to tell US tech firms to relax on tax
Finance minister Michael Noonan will kick off a ‘post Double Irish’ corporate tax roadshow this week, meeting the IDA’s stable of tech client companies in San Francisco.
It is thought that Noonan is scheduled to meet international tech heavyweights with a presence in Ireland, including Facebook, Google and Twitter. Foremost on the agenda will be selling the tech giants on Ireland’s new corporate tax policy.
Other high-profile companies likely to feature on the minister’s itinerary include the likes of Dropbox and AirBnB, which have their European headquarters in Dublin.
Noonan will leave tomorrow on a week-long trip to...
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