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RT @AislingTax: @padraichalpin @ReutersDublin "IBEC not up to speed with global tax developments" may have worked better as a headline?!

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RT @padraichalpin: Ireland says OECD rules limit scope of new corporate tax "knowledge box" scheme http://t.co/zmaQoGmpP8 via @ReutersDublin

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A new Brazilian scheme which looks a lot like the UK's #DOTAS requires taxpayers to disclose details of #tax planning http://t.co/Xjpfnz3NLG

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After the Irish budget, what would make you more likely to put more substance into Ireland?