Macron in Brexit, Ireland: “Always by your side”

Macron in Brexit, Ireland: "Always by your side"

“Ireland can always expect European help. This is the key message that French President Emmanuel Macron delivered in Dublin during his first visit to Ireland since taking office.” Solidarity with Ireland is an existential question for maintaining unity in the European Union. – The head of the Elysee said, referring to Brexit -. We will be vigilant and present, ensuring that the agreements signed after lengthy negotiations are respected whether it is fisheries or other known protocols. In other words – we will never let you down.

But between Macron and Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin it has opened the question of taxing not only roses but also tech giants, with Ireland taxing only 12.5%, with 130 countries in the world. Signed a global minimum rate of 15% as recommended by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.

“In terms of economic growth, Ireland has made extraordinary achievements over the last ten years – the French president recalled – but now things have clearly changed. The world after Covid is a new world that will require a profound change in our traditional economic landscape.”

However, it is hard to imagine that Ireland would want to turn its back on companies like Google, Apple and Facebook, assuming that one-third of Irish workers are multinational companies. At present, Macron’s requirements are unlikely to be met.

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