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#Corporation Tax

# corporation-tax - Saturday 20 November, 2010

EU leaders relieve pressure on Ireland over corporation tax

Germany’s chancellor has said that the tax rate is a matter for the Irish government to decide upon.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Crisis talks continue between Ireland, the IMF, EU and ECB; The High Court will decide if a HIV positive mother should be forced to give her child anti retro-viral drugs at birth; and New Zealand waits for some signal from 29 trapped miners.

# corporation-tax - Friday 19 November, 2010

Take 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

FG to table corporate tax motion as Europe sets sights

Enda Kenny will try to handcuff the government into keeping the 12.5% rate amid stiff opposition in Europe.

IMF to begin formal talks with Ireland

IMF delegates filter into the country for rescue package talks – but the government insists it will not bow to pressure to reduce the corporation tax rate.

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things you really need to know by 9am: the price we’ll have to pay for the IMF’s help; calls for a garda investigation as the banks are exposed for lying to NAMA and the opening of Terminal 2 attracts the ire of international commentators.

# corporation-tax - Tuesday 2 November, 2010

Exchequer figures reveal tax receipts ahead of schedule

Ireland raised €24.7bn in tax in the ten months up to October 31 – 1% higher than was expected.

# corporation-tax - Wednesday 13 October, 2010

Central Bank head doesn't foresee corporate tax hike

Patrick Honohan says he does not think Ireland’s economic pressures are big enough to require an increase.

# corporation-tax - Monday 4 October, 2010

Exchequer returns in line with projected targets

Good news: our tax income is broadly in line with expectations. Bad news: our deficit for the first nine months is huge!

# corporation-tax - Friday 1 October, 2010

Ireland's era of low tax is over, says commissioner

Olli Rehn, the man behind the four-year budget strategy, says it is inevitable that the ‘low tax’ policy must end.

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