What’s the outlook for corporation tax?
Ireland’s corporation tax take has doubled since 2014 to €10 billion but is this sustainable?
As a small open economy that is home to many of the biggest US digital companies and European operations, a stable international tax framework is crucial for Ireland. But the recent international tax changes driven by the OECD have been good for Ireland, said Andrew Quinn, Dublin head of tax at Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm.
The last few years have seen significant developments on corporate tax reform both in Ireland and...
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