Vulture funds rub salt into the carcass of this country
Meanwhile, we pay on the double
As you shoulder some of the highest marginal rates of taxation in the western world, consider that the foreign funds which swooped on the carcass of this country are now paying nothing and squirreling their Irish earnings out of the country.
Wounds and salt come to mind.
Sometimes you could be forgiven for feeling that the best qualification to participate profitably in this Irish recovery is not being Irish. Nama has sold off large chunks...
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