Ireland's Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe tells FRANCE 24 his government wants to find an agreement on a global corporate tax rate, an initiative spearheaded by US President Joe Biden. Earlier this week, he had said that Ireland would oppose much of the European Commission's plan for a more unified corporate tax regime across the EU. "I would make the case that tax competition – but within certain boundaries – is part of how smaller and medium-sized countries can be competitive," the minister explained.
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