And the effective tax rate, which is available to all companies, wherever headquartered (as confirmed by the court) is part of "the IDA efforts to attract FDI to these shores". Sinn Fein can't hope to retain any credibility on this issue so long as it seeks to support and denigrate this strategy at the same time.Except the case was noit about Ireland's 12.5% rate. It was about our 0% rate afforded certain entities.
I didn’t say they weren’t. but What you are saying does not take away from the fact that the main issue about Ireland’s corporate tax rates is not the 12.5% but the 0% that has been facilitated through Ireland tax legislation.The court found in Ireland's favour. Apple were treated the same as everyone else.