New IDA chief will take over during Apple tax probe
The IDA has been spectacularly successful in wooing US companies to set up here, writes Siobhán Brett.
When Martin Shanahan takes up the role of chief executive at IDA Ireland in August, tax policy and reform questions will dominate his agenda.
By the time he takes the helm, the formal investigation by the European Commission into Apple’s tax arrangements with Ireland will be in full swing. It is hoped the probe will be concluded in the next six or 12 months, at which time Shanahan may be faced with some challenging ultimatums....
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