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There’s nothing blue about Ireland’s maritime economy

Ireland’s location in the North Atlantic Ocean and our unique wind, wave, and tidal natural resources continue to present new opportunities to unlock our blue economy potential. Siobhán Maguire reports

7th April, 2019
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Ireland’s blue economy continues to grow and develop in line with the targets of the national integrated marine plan. From a tax perspective, the attractiveness of Ireland’s tax regime includes factors such as the 12.5 per cent corporate tax rate and its double taxation agreements with 73 countries.

Jim Healy, KPMG director for its Marine Tax Practice, advises a wide range of companies in the marine industries and regularly works with groups seeking...

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