Out of Office: Ireland ‘cannot be part’ of global corporation tax agreement, exports up and RTÉ records a surplus
Ireland cannot be part of the developing international agreement on a minimum global corporate tax rate of 15 percent, Paschal Donohoe said. “What is on the table is an agreement that we cannot be part of,” the Finance Minister told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland. He said he was committed to seeing if an agreement could be reached at some stage, but just not now. “We are committed to the negotiation to see if we...
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