It’s a subscription-only WSJ editorial, but still worth noting in light of this morning’s post about U.S. global competitors improving their business climate through tax cuts:
Now here’s some European tax “harmonization” we can support: To boost a long-suffering economy, Northern Ireland’s new government wants its corporate tax rate slashed to the 12.5% levied down south in the fast-growing Republic of Ireland.
More on the Northern Ireland initiative here.
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