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

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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