NTMA upbeat, but warns on corporate tax reliance
Department of Finance says 10 companies account for 6 per cent of all tax revenue
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has painted a mainly positive picture of the outlook for the Irish economy in a presentation to investors, while warning of risks to growth, mainly from external sources.
The presentation came as the Department of Finance said economic growth in 2017 was likely to have been higher than its forecast.
In a video on the NTMA website, chief economist Rossa White said the Irish economy was probably “in the best...
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