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Why Ireland won’t budge on corporate tax cut, despite signing EU pact

Irish leader Enda Kenny signed up to the EU’s fiscal compact on tighter budgetary controls last week, pending ratification by a referendum, but this should not be taken as a sign the country would agree to EU harmonisation over corporate tax rates.

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