IRELAND COULD LOSE €160m PER YEAR IF 3% TAX FOR DIGITAL FIRMS PASSES

If the EU’s proposal for a 3% tax on the turnover of digital companies passes, Ireland could lose up to €160 million in tax revenue a year, revenue official Kate Levey told the Oireachtas finance committee at Ireland’s Parliament.The content you are trying to access is only available to our members. Sorry.

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