State rejects Vodafone’s request for multimillion euro tax relief
Mobile operator boss requested meeting with Paschal Donohoe to discuss relief for airwaves licences
State finance officials have rebuffed Vodafone’s plea for multimillion-euro tax relief on mobile services auctions.
Last year, Vodafone Ireland boss Anne O’Leary requested a meeting with Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe to discuss tax relief for spectrum licences – the airwaves used to carry mobile signals.
In 2017, five mobile operators agreed to pay €78 million for 15-year licences following a competitive auction process. Under the arrangement, Vodafone will pay €23 million for space on...
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