Ireland’s Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said he will be making the case “for the ability of small economies like our own to set a rate and to set that rate at 12.5%.”
- “It’s important to recognise that this is just a signpost in the process. In the discussions that could yet develop within the OECD, other countries will be making the case for a rate that’s higher than 15%,” Donohoe says
- Repeats Ireland could lose EU2B from tax overhaul
- Comments to reporters in Dublin
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