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19
Dec
2016

In advance of the expected publication today of the full European Commission ruling on Apple's tax agreements with Ireland, the Irish Government published early Monday morning a summary of its appeal to the European Court of Justice. In a nutshell, the result it is seeking is a Lawyers 1 Commonsense 0 win in respect of arrangements that would be considered massive fraud if the case involved a typical European SME (small and medium enterprises).

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Dec
2016
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Dec
2016

In December 1956 the Oireachtas approved a 50% tax credit on profits from increased export sales, which within months would be raised to 100%. Low or no corporate tax would become a keystone of Ireland's successful drive for foreign investment. However, sixty years after the first moves on tax, Brexit including a low UK corporation tax rate, and expected tax reform in the US, are unmasking Ireland's economic vulnerabilities.

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29
Nov
2016
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Nov
2016

The CSO reported Tuesday an annual increase in employment of 2.9% or 57,500 in the year to the third quarter of 2016, bringing total employment to 2.04m compared with 2.146m at the end of the first quarter of 2008. The Irish jobs recovery since end of 2013 has been mainly dependent on domestic sectors not tradeable exports employment.

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10
Nov
2016
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2016
25
Oct
2016

Carl Levin, a Democrat, who represented Michigan in the US Senate from 1979 to 2015 today says on tax reform that the next US president "should chart a new course. Curbing tax havens such as Ireland directly serves US interests by helping to limit powerful tax incentives for US corporations to move revenue offshore."

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Oct
2016
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2016