Government to receive latest draft on OECD global tax reforms this morning
The Minister for Finance ‘hopes to be a in position’ to give a recommendation to cabinet by the end of the day on a ‘very, very complex decision’
The Irish government will this morning receive the latest draft text on the OECD’s proposals for a major reform of the global corporate tax system, Paschal Donohoe, the Finance Minister, has said.
“Where things stand at the moment, I had further engagement with the EU Commission and the OECD last night. We are now expecting a further draft text on the [corporate tax] agreement this morning,” Donohoe told the Business Post.
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