Tax avoidance

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At the announcement in London of the 2023 Rugby World Cup host were Irish bid chairman Dick Spring, Minister for Sport Shane Ross, Brian O’Driscoll and IRFU president Philip Orr. Photograph: Dave Rogers/Inpho/Getty Images

(...), Ireland is a bad neighbour. We expect everyone to love us even when we facilitate global tax avoidance and(...)

 Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill speaking to media at the start of the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

(...) avoidance, who defends a sweetheart deal with banks to avoid paying corporation tax for decades,” she said(...)

Brexit warning: the Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes warned that up to €1.3 trillion in financial-services contracts are at risk from the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

(...) malt The Republic was back in the dock this week as its role in facilitating tax avoidance by(...)

Like so many antiques, Olympia has personality, even character – which it needs in order to live in a hyper-connected time

(...) products to a notoriously inhumane Chinese megafactory. Apple, like Google, has been playing tax-avoidance(...)

Former  minister Michael Noonan: Just days after he closed  the door on the Double Irish, corporate lawyers were blogging about the Single Malt approach. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

(...) loophole in 2014, great fanfare was made of Ireland staying ahead of the curve in addressing tax avoidance(...)

Paschal Donohoe: the Minister says the Government will examine the use of the so-called “Single Malt” tax structure that is being used by large multinationals to reduce their tax bill. Photograph: Gareth Chaney / Collins

(...) certain companies were using the tax structure as a tax-avoidance measure since the abolition of the(...)

Multinationals have found a way of replacing the ‘Double Irish’ tax avoidance structure with a neat new arrangement called ‘Single Malt’.

Multinationals are looking to tap into alternative corporate tax avoidance measures even after the(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe begins a four-day visit to the United States on Monday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

(...) visit comes a week after the publication of the Paradise Papers exposing international tax avoidance(...)

Sorley McCaughey, head of policy and advocacy at Christian Aid: Government must revisit the issue of the Irish tax system’s impact on developing economies

(...) such a structure for corporate tax planning. The study comes against a backdrop of tax avoidance by(...)

(...) the Paradise Papers about the tax avoidance schemes ably used by corporations and “high net(...)

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