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4
Dec
2017

European Union finance ministers are set to approve a blacklist of non-EU tax havens on Tuesday, officially termed "non-cooperative tax jurisdictions" but it will exclude 3 of its member countries including Ireland who is among the top 5 global rich countries that in effect sustain the smaller tax havens. It will also exclude Luxembourg, and Malta where a journalist who investigated international tax fraud, was murdered last October.  

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27
Nov
2017
7
Nov
2017

A week after the Paradise Papers were published following a leak from Appleby, a Bermuda law firm and facilitator of corporate avoidance, Pascal Donohoe, Irish finance minister, will lobby Republicans in the US Congress, to scale back or eliminate an excise tax proposal in their tax cut and reform bill, which is designed to reduce profiting-shifting by giant multinational firms.

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19
Oct
2017
1
Oct
2017

President Trump on Wednesday this week announced a sketchy Republican tax reform plan that covered just 9 pages and he proposed that the headline federal corporate rate should be cut from 35% to 20%. However, there is a risk to Ireland's low 12.5% corporate tax advantage. The average rate of the mainly rich 35 member countries of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is 22.5%.

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27
Aug
2017
10
Aug
2017
25
Jul
2017

In 1992 'Industrial Training in Ireland,' an official report authored by Dr Frank Roche and the late Paul Tansey, concluded that Ireland was a poor trainer — both the State and the business sectors — and there was an urgent need to radically upgrade the skill base of the workforce. In the quarter century since then not much has changed and a July 2017 paper from the Department of Public Expenditure (PER) shows that the cost of public outlays on training and further education was €1.7bn in 2016.

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21
Jul
2017

Exchange rate changes have put the cost of living in Dublin at the same level as London's while data last month from Eurostat show Irish prices for a broad cross-section of consumer goods and services were the second highest in the European Union (EU), coming in at 125% of the average of the 28 member countries in 2016. With the exception of consumer electronics, Ireland was above the EU average for all the price categories surveyed.

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5
Jul
2017