OPINION: Jack Lew and the Panama leaks
Senator Sean D Barrett explains why our industrial policy urgently needs to change
In roughly 500 words from Jacob Lew, Secretary of the US Treasury, changed everything for Ireland.
He said of Ireland’s well known status as a tax inversion port of call that "after an inversion, many of these companies continue to take advantage of the benefits of being based in the United States – including our rule of law, skilled workforce, infrastructure, and research, and development capabilities – all while shifting a greater tax burden to other...
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