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# corporate tax rate

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Paschal Donohoe 'confident no one will undercut us' after Ireland adopts 15% corporate tax
Donohoe said the new rate will allow Ireland to continue to be competitive and an ‘attractive’ place to invest
Ireland's decision to sign up to global corporate tax rate praised as 'momentous'
Christian Aid questioned whether companies would pay the 15%, and said the minimum rate “is not something to be celebrating”.
Donohoe says government could lose up to €2.2bn a year in corporate tax revenue if G7 deal implemented
Finance Ministers of the world’s seven richest economies agreed to commit to a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% at the G7.
Senior Trump advisor warns that 'flood of companies' will leave Ireland
The new administration is expected to cut the American corporate tax-rate in a bid to entice US companies back.
Apple's 2% tax in Ireland claim could lead to a formal EU investigation
Such a probe would be ‘worrying’ according to Fianna Fáil.
Damien Kiberd: Why neither Ireland nor USA wants to question tax haven
Official Ireland does not like inconvenient truths – which is why Trinity professor Jim Stewart’s spot-on research makes it defensive.
Aaron McKenna: Irish people are losing out on jobs because we are not multilingual
The new jobs on offer are not beyond the capabilities of our people, but there is one thing we are lacking – a proficiency in foreign languages, writes Aaron McKenna, who says we should try and rectify this for future generations.
Finland to cut corporate tax rate from 24.5pc to 20pc
The move follows recent cuts by Sweden and Denmark.