The Government in its push back was telling anyone who was listening that the Apple case did not involve an assault on Ireland’s 12.5% headline corporate rate and that it had done no wrong in its dealings with the tech giant over the last 15 years.
Wed, 31 Aug, 2016
The eurozone summit has reached a unanimous agreement on the Greek bailout; A Co Laois community is grief-stricken after three friends died in a horror crash over the weekend; Minister Alex White has defended the new national postcode system as accurate, despite a number of complaints.
Mon, 13 Jul, 2015
THE International Monetary Fund is seeking to boost its war chest by $600 billion (€473.35bn) to help countries reeling from the eurozone debt crisis, but some nations insist that Europe must first do more to support its ailing members, international financial sources said yesterday.
Thu, 19 Jan, 2012
THE EUROPEAN Central Bank’s incoming president signalled yesterday that the bank stood ready to carry on buying the bonds of troubled eurozone governments, suggesting he is ready to intervene to steady markets in the face of German misgivings.
Thu, 27 Oct, 2011