Leanna Byrne: Ireland could steal from Britain's post-Brexit playbook
Moves made in this week's Autumn Statement in Britain could be ones for Ireland to look at
We’re told not to compare ourself. To quote Mark Twain (as I frequently do), “comparison is the death of joy”. But we’re only human. So when Philip Hammond, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered his last Autumn Statement yesterday I did the business equivalent of peeking over the garden hedge.
As the western world continues on with its one-upmanship corporation tax battles, it’s no surprise that George...
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