TaxCorporate TaxBudget2011: Northern Ireland wins consultation on corporation tax

Budget2011: Northern Ireland wins consultation on corporation tax

A separate rate of corporation tax in Northern Ireland is to be consulted on

A SEPARATE RATE of corporation tax in Northern Ireland is to be consulted on.

This is to deal with the 12.5% corporation tax in the Republic of Ireland.

The Treasury will publish details of the consultation tomorrow, George Osborne said.

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