Ireland struck five other multinational tax deals in 1990s

Ireland struck sweetheart deals on tax with at least five other multinationals in the early 1990s.

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Ian Kehoe

5th October, 2014

Ireland struck sweetheart deals on tax with at least five other multinationals in the early 1990s, the same time that it agreed the controversial arrangement with Apple, it can be revealed.

With the European Commission investigating allegations of state aid to Apple, The Sunday Business Post has established that a number of other multinationals secured tax deals with the Irish state at the same period.

The fact that other multinationals received arrangements on taxable profits...

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