Paschal Donohoe says Dublin will not accept reforms that affect its ability to undercut its rivals

Ireland’s finance minister has signalled the country will resist attempts to rebalance the global tax system if they affect Dublin’s ability to undercut its rivals.

New tax proposals led by the US could see the country lose 20% of its tax revenues, according to Paschal Donohoe.

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Source: Business – The Guardian

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