Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: “This is the strongest growth rate recorded since the early 2000s and shows that the strong and stable recovery in the Irish economy is well under way and is starting to be felt across all sectors of the economy,” he said outside Government Buildings yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Minister now projects GDP to expand by some 4.5%, saying stable recovery in economy is well under way

Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform with Michael Noonan, Minister for Finance: suggestions are they will be flush with cash as they finalise next month’s budget. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Impressive news on growth magnifies budget dilemma

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said public finances are not in a position to significantly reduce overall tax levels. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Reducing 52% marginal income tax rate the next priority, says Kenny

The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan responding to the publication of the latest Quarterly National Accounts, at Government Buildings today. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Taxpayers will demand their share of the economic recovery

Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin: told colleagues that no one wanted to return
bringthe
 public finances 
back
to where they were three or four years ago.

‘Leeway’ of €600m in next month’s budget, Minister tells Cabinet

Former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rehab Enterprises reports loss of contract with multinational company

Secretary-General of the OECD Angel Gurria: Said the Taoiseach had told him Ireland would work with the OECD to stamp out aggressive tax avoidance strategies by multinationals

‘Is Ireland guilty? Of course not. It’s being used,’ says OECD director

Secretary general of the OECD Ángel Gurría   described the campaign to eradicate aggressive avoidance by big companies as a moral drive to ensure fair play. Photograph: Reuters

Organisation tackling tax avoidance by big business and Ireland under pressure

Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the OECD centre for tax policy: “Ireland has been misused by a number of companies to locate the profit in Bermuda.” Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Impact of move on Republic would be marginal, says tax policy centre director

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