We must accept new reality on tax rules

The debate in public about Ireland's corporation tax regime is confused, generally because successive governments have done their best to make it so.

9th March, 2014

The debate in public about Ireland's corporation tax regime is confused, generally because successive governments have done their best to make it so. In private, however, in talks between governments and with international agencies such as the OECD and EU Commission, there is now a forensic focus on the detail.

While publicly ministers continue to peddle the ''nothing to see here line, behind the scenes it is now clear that change is on the way....

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