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''It was an intention to get foreign direct investment to come into Ireland''

It's expected Ireland will confirm it's joining the OECD deal after a Cabinet meeting this aftern...

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17.28 7 Oct 2021


''It was an intention to get foreign direct investment to come into Ireland''


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17.28 7 Oct 2021


It's expected Ireland will confirm it's joining the OECD deal after a Cabinet meeting this afternoon.

It would see a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent and changes to how big multinationals are taxed.

Ruairi Quinn, the former finance minister who brought in the 12.5% corporation tax rate back in 1996, joined Kieran on The Hard Shoulder...

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