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

25th November, 2016

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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