How to avoid courting disaster
We should look to the US for inspiration on how to resolve tax disputes before they reach the courts
Process is important. When EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier was addressing the fourth All-Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit in Dundalk last week, he identified in his written remarks the difficulties arising from disputes about the border.
These impact on the finalisation of the so-called “transition agreement”, the arrangement whereby Britain will remain in the European Union until the end of December 2020, albeit without much political influence on EU decision-making. But later in his panel...
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