Maintaining our corporate tax regime and autonomy is crucial to Ireland’s foreign policy

Maintaining our corporate tax regime and autonomy is crucial to Ireland’s foreign policy
French president Emmanuel Macron is leading the charge for an immediate short-term digital tax Pic: Getty

Now is the time to keep our nerve, not to discard the green jersey

Emmanuel Macron, in the course of his successful French election campaign, cited Irish corporate taxation policy as an issue which he believed that a refocused EU might address. This opinion is hardly startling, given Macron’s enthusiasm for rekindling the campaign for further EU integration.

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