Irish taxpayers will have to foot multi-billion Statoil bill

Farmer Willie Corduff is just one of the Irish taxpayers that have to pick up Statoils bill on the Coribb-project. Foto: Pål Christensen

Ireland’s favourable company tax rules mean the population having to pay the some EUR 2.25 billion (NOK 17 billion) extra for Statoil’s scandal-hit project, delayed following locals’ protests.

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