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Ireland’s tax authorities have rejected an offer from consumer healthcare group Perrigo to settle an outstanding €1.64 billion tax bill.  Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The State’s tax authorities have rejected an offer from consumer healthcare group Perrigo to settle an outstanding €1.64 billion tax bill. The decis(...)

Getting Perrigo’s debt resolved would give the Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe a substantial windfall payment.

Paschal Donohoe will have been cheered by the news that consumer healthcare group Perrigo is edging closer to settling its outstanding €1.64 billion t(...)

Perrigo has made an offer to settle a disputed €1.64 billion tax bill levied by Revenue. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty

Perrigo has made an offer to settle a disputed €1.64 billion tax bill levied by Revenue related to its purchase in 2013 of Elan Pharmaceuticals. Murr(...)

Any ruling that might affect intellectual property and how it is treated is a matter of significant concern for industry. File photograph: Getty

Ireland’s American business community was strangely quiet yesterday. And it was not entirely because they were keeping close tabs on the see-saw count(...)

Perrigo: “We remain confident that Irish Revenue is wrong on the merits of the case.” Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty

Pharmaceutical company Perrigo said it would assess whether or not to appeal a High Court ruling upholding a €1.64 billion Irish tax assessment or pro(...)

Irish-headquartered Perrigo wants the court to quash the Revenue’s 2018 assessment. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg

A High Court judge will give judgment next week on a significant action by drug company Perrigo against the Revenue and State aimed at overturning a €(...)

Delays were also identified in the time it took to issue determinations after hearings.

The decision making process when taxpayers appeal against an assessment by the Revenue Commissioners needs to be speeded up, with some €3.75 billion i(...)

Perrigo’s fight with the Revenue Commissioners includes a claim by it that the Irish tax demand is an abuse of power, which the State has denied. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty Images

International drugs giant Perrigo is implementing a complex $981.6 million (€840.5 million) restructuring of the balance sheet of one of its main Iris(...)

Perrigo claims it had a legitimate expectation that the sale of rights to multiple sclerosis drug Tysabri to Biogen would be treated as trading income not a capital gain

Drug company Perrigo is not a “sacrificial victim” of the Revenue Commissioners arising from a €1.6 billion tax assessment, and it has not been single(...)

Perrigo bought Elan in 2013 by way of corporate inversion. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Revenue Commissioners has disputed claims it had no entitlement to raise a €1.64 billion tax assessment against drug company Perrigo. That amend(...)

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