Wednesday July 15, 2020

Trump vows to stop US firms moving to Ireland

No more companies will leave America “if I become president”, Trump said

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

29th November, 2015
Donald Trump, real estate billionaire, wants to 'make America great again'

Republican presidential hopeful and real estate billionaire Donald Trump has told The Sunday Business Post that Ireland “has a very friendly corporate tax climate”, but said that no more companies would leave America “if I become president”.

Trump has been one of the most vocal critics of the Pfizer merger with Allergan, which is likely to see the newly created giant American multinational relocate its headquarters to Dublin for tax purposes.


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