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Multinationals will leave Ireland amid radical tax changes, warns Trump advisor

Enticing big business back to US is 'central' to incomi ng administration

10th November, 2016

The radical tax changes planned by Stephen Moore will slash corporation tax from 35 to 15 per cent directly undermining Ireland's low corporation tax rate.

He is a writer on economics and a policy analyst who formerly worked as chief economist at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.

“I believe that when we cut these tax rates – we’re going to cut our business tax rate from roughly 35 per cent down to roughly 15- 20...

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