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Euro & Finance 03-02-2017

Irish finance minister: Dublin, EU agree on Apple tax estimate

The European Commission's estimate that Apple owes Ireland up to €13 billion in a disputed tax ruling is unlikely to be altered greatly by Dublin's calculations, the Irish finance minister said on Thursday (2 February).
Brexit 26-10-2016

Ireland bids to host EU bank regulator after Brexit

Ireland will bid to host the European Union's banking regulator when it is forced to leave London after Britain leaves the bloc, the Irish department of finance announced yesterday (25 October).
Euro & Finance 02-09-2016

Apple ruling divides Irish cabinet

Ireland's fragile minority government meets today (2 September) for crunch talks to resolve a stalemate after the EU ruling on Apple that has divided the country. In the meantime, the European Socialists slammed the critics of the ruling.
Euro & Finance 15-10-2014

Ireland to phase out tax loophole

Ireland will phase out a tax loophole that multinationals use to save billions of dollars under sweeping changes to its corporate tax structure announced in its new budget yesterday (14 October), the first in seven years without new austerity measures.
Euro & Finance 08-09-2014

EU officials back Ireland’s bid to repay bailout early

European Union officials support Ireland's request to be allowed to pay back early the International Monetary Fund's part of its bailout because of the money it would save Dublin, a senior EU official said on Monday (8 September).
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EU Priorities 2020 15-05-2013

Economic and Financial Affairs press conference – April 2013

European Union finance ministers approved a €7.3-billion increase in the bloc's spending for 2013 on Tuesday (14 May), as part of a deal to unblock talks on the EU's next long-term budget. EU ministers also negotiated agreements on updated EU-wide rules on the taxation of savings.