Key officials to fly to Brazil over tax blacklisting

Ireland was put on Brazil’s tax blacklist without prior warning, with serious taxation-related consequences for Irish investors and businesses

8th January, 2017

Key Department of Finance and Revenue officials are preparing to fly to Brazil in a bid to persuade that country to remove Ireland from its taxation blacklist.

Brazil blacklisted Ireland in September – a designation that signals a concern over the Irish tax system – and all efforts to have the decision reversed have failed so far, including a direct appeal from the Irish ambassador. Other countries understood to be blacklisted are Cyprus, Panama and...

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