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French officials open to more favourable terms for Ireland over EU digital tax

Monday 10 September 2018 | 11:01 CET | News
French officials quoted by Reuters have expressed their support for compensating Ireland over lost revenue resulting from the digital tax currently discussed by EU finance ministers. One official said that a more favourable treatment for Ireland in EU budget negotiations could soften the current reservations on the tax from the Irish government.

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