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OECD: Ireland's tax system collects small amount relative to GDP

Ireland sits close to the bottom of a table of countries detailing 2010 tax revenues as a percentage of GDP, to the OECD.

29th November, 2011

Ireland sits close to the bottom of a table of countries detailing 2010 tax revenues as a percentage of GDP, to the OECD.

Ireland’s tax revenues were 28 per cent of GDP in 2010, up slightly from 27.8 per cent the year before. Denmark is at the top of the table at 48.2 per cent. Ireland is in 27th place of 34 countries.

Revenues from income and profit taxes were the equivalent of 10.1 per cent of Irish GDP...

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