International tax planning and anti-avoidance
With governments seeking to raise additional tax revenues to plug budget deficits, tax authorities are seeking to introduce and apply general anti-avoidance (GAA) legislation. Robert Henson and David Burke of Mason Hayes & Curran explain why a recent Irish Supreme Court decision has implications for multinational corporates doing business in and through Ireland.
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