Ireland stays strong as global business destination

Europe may be calling the shots on new taxation rules, but we are remaining competitive with an attractive corporate tax rate, according to BDO

9th December, 2018
Kevin Doyle, international tax partner at BDO

“Potential inbound investors/FDI companies are always aware of Ireland’s 12.5 per cent rate. It’s part of Ireland’s international business branding at this stage and has been the envy of many of our competitor jurisdictions – with many either having moved to or in the process of moving to lower their rates.”

Doyle said as other jurisdictions moved to lower rates, there was debate as to whether Ireland...

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