Minister ends property vultures' feast on carrion of Ireland's bust
Published 07/09/2016 | 02:30
The death of the (property) vultures came gradually. Then suddenly.
Last night Finance Minister Michael Noonan moved swiftly (or so it seemed) to end the feast on the carrion of Ireland's bust by the "vultures".
The so-called vultures are funds, many of which are controlled offshore, who lawfully avoided paying tax on the purchase of assets, including distressed property assets, in Ireland.