Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock
Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock
Technology

New global tax regime won’t push Big Tech companies out of Ireland

  • The 15 per cent tax rate proposed by the Group of Seven rich nations is higher than Ireland’s current 12.5 per cent levy for businesses
  • Ireland has become the base of European operations for several of the world’s largest tech companies, including Google, Apple and Facebook

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Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock
Modern buildings and offices are seen on the bank of the Liffey river in Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland. Photo: Shutterstock
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