Davos 2015: Tax changes to have 'little impact' on Ireland's appeal
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The closing of tax loopholes, including the "double Irish", won't hurt Ireland's appeal for investors, according to the head of the agency charged with attracting foreign investment to the country. Martin Shanahan of IDA Ireland also said a weaker euro, a side effect of the ECB's quantitative easing, will help Ireland's competitiveness. He spoke to Stephen Carroll at the World Economic Forum in Davos.