Global tax, Donohue: Ireland negotiates to sign agreement but positions are still a long way off

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(Teleborsa) – Irish Minister of Finance Pascal Donohue, Stated that the country is engaged in constructive discussions on the possibility of joiningG20-OECD Agreement On Tax on multinational companies And the gods Digital giants But the hurdles that led Ireland not to sign the agreement have not been overcome. “We are still a long way off,” said Donoho, who also serves as president of Eurogroup. The European Union is the main promoter of the international treaty, a position that brings shame to European institutions.

Donova today held a bilateral meeting with the European Commissioner on Economics Paulo Gentiloni, At the end of which the two held a joint press conference. “In July, the government and I agreed that we did not see the basic elements of the new agreement Of course E Predictability, We keep this evaluation. But we are committed – Donoho said to work with the OECD in the coming weeks “.” I’m sure – he explained – it’s in our interest when Ireland joins. ” Negotiations are progressing, and it remains to be seen if progress can be made. Let’s see if we can join it with our gies energy and commitment to OECDAgreement, But we are still a little far apart. We work with colleagues fromEU“, He added.


Gentleoni, said. “Confidence“Possibility of reaching a global agreement.” I’m not here to reconcile, “he said. USA“.” From our European perspective – he added – the decisions we make are very important, especially in countries that are not yet part of the treaty, such as Ireland. ”

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(Teleborsa) 20-09-2021 17:03

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