Thursday July 2, 2020

A-Z of Budget 2017

Ian Guider lists the topics likely to take centre stage in what could be Michael Noonan’s final budget speech

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

9th October, 2016

It was the €13 billion hit to Ireland’s international reputation. The decision to appeal the European Commission’s damaging ruling is set to be lodged soon and the budget will once again see the state detail its objections. The government will use Budget 2017 to repeat that Ireland has a transparent corporate tax regime and that no company received favourable treatment. Whether anyone believes that is questionable.

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