We must resist tax policy pressure

So what will Michael Noonan say about Ireland's multinational tax policy when the finance minister delivers his budget speech in nine days' time?

5th October, 2014

So what will Michael Noonan say about Ireland’s multinational tax policy when the finance minister delivers his budget speech in nine days’ time? Noonan, a pragmatist, knows full well he will have to say something.

For the past three weeks, there has been a growing international campaign against aggressive tax planning by multinationals. First, it was the OECD. Then it was Barack Obama. Last week it was the European Commission. The pressure,...

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