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  • Editorial

  • A work in progress

    Colm Kelly of PricewaterhouseCoopers speaks about Ireland's tax-friendly environment, the challenges that may lie ahead and opportunities to do more to keep the Irish tax regime competitive in the global market

  • The future is green for finance

    A competitive tax regime and a proactive government should continue the growth in popularity of Ireland as a location for finance vehicles, believe Conor Hurley and Alan Heuston of Arthur Cox

  • Enhancing global competitiveness

    The Irish government has responded to competition for investment with an attractive mix of tax incentives and the growing treaty network, reports David Smyth, Joe Bollard and Rory MacIver of Ernst & Young

  • Good for business

    Adrian Crawford of KPMG says Irish politicians of all the main parties support the government's low tax model to attract multinationals to base themselves and their transactions in Ireland

International Correspondents