Wednesday February 26, 2020

Taxing our way to the boardroom refugees

The more protectionist Trump becomes, the more ready we must be to attract global companies to Ireland

8th January, 2017
US President Donald J Trump

We are less than two weeks away from president Trump’s inauguration, and nobody is any the wiser as to what he is likely to do. He is tweeting against specific American companies, sucking up to Putin and slagging off the UN, yet he is a bag of contradictions. You can argue that in the past few weeks, Trump has played a canny, if confusing, game. He continues to rail against international trade and globalisation, yet...

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