Why Ireland’s tax system is viewed as a haven and not simply competitive

Ireland’s tax system is frequently in the headlines, with numerous references made to its aggressive tax planning and active role as a tax haven. The UK, on the other hand, is being applauded for its competitive structure. This leads many to question why Ireland’s tax system is viewed as a haven for avoidance rather than simply competitive.

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