The epoch-making OECD corporation tax deal, negotiated around Irish concerns
The OECD Tax Deal is an epoch-breaking agreement that copperfastens Ireland’s global positioning as a lower tax jurisdiction for many years into the future. It also copperfastens Ireland’s global reputation as a responsible jurisdiction, “playing fair, and playing to win”, in the words of former Finance Minister Michael Noonan, and successfully negotiated on the world stage by his successor, Paschal Donohoe. By Ken O’Brien, editor, Finance Dublin

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This article appeared in the October 2021 edition.