State retreats on tax in face of growing pressure

The government is preparing to make concessions on its multinational tax regime.

21st September, 2014

The government is preparing to make concessions on its multinational tax regime, with pressure growing internationally on Ireland to curb the Double Irish tax structure.

As the OECD makes an astonishing intervention on Ireland’s tax regime in this newspaper this weekend, officials in the Department of Finance are holding a series of high level meetings to formulate a response ahead of next month’s budget.

The government is expected to offer multinationals...

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