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Companies in Ireland make use of favourable tax system

A low corporate tax rate has helped Ireland secure a considerable amount of investment since a 10% rate was introduced in 1980. The rate has since gone up to 12.5% but it has not stopped companies, particularly from the US, from setting up in the country

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