Government Buildings, Dub;in 2.
European Commissioner for the Economy Paolo Gentiloni with Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe…
When asked what would the implications be for Ireland if it did not join the global tax agreement next month, the EU Commissioner said that countries have the right to make their own decisions and he did not want to speculate on scenarios that could be avoided.
Paolo Gentiloni said it is in the interests of the Irish economy to have a stable, predictable and fair global system without any loss of the possibility of competition on tax regimes.
“Of course it is in the interest of the global community of the European Union, of the US to reach this agreement. But at the end of the day I think it’s also in the interest of the Irish economy,” he stated.
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