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Brussels will target other tax deals; State to shut vulture fund loophole; Britain to exploit Ireland’s weakness

4th September, 2016

The aftershock of the €13 billion Apple tax ruling is becoming apparent this weekend, with Brussels examining a number of other Irish tax deals with multinationals dating back to the early 1990s and the government preparing a salvo on vulture funds to help shore up Ireland’s battered international reputation.

With the government still reeling from the landmark ruling, fears are also being aired that Britain will attempt to exploit the Apple controversy by...

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