Grafton Street is a principal shopping street in Dublin's city center.

Ireland looks to close a major tax loophole, but some Irish want to keep the money flowing


An improving economy and declining unemployment mean that Ireland is finding its footing again, and looking to close a controversial loophole that let huge corporations avoid taxes there. But some Irish people think all’s fair in love and finance, and want the so-called ‘Double Irish’ to stay.

A woman walks past a currency exchange store with an Argentine national flag on display in Buenos Aires' financial district on August 14, 2014

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