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UK Tax Code Could Entice Companies

June 29, 2016, The Wall Street Journal

Johan Ysewyn is quoted in a Wall Street Journal article regarding the possibility that the UK could alter its tax code to entice businesses following the Brexit vote. According to Ysewyn, “The temptation will be very high to bail out of the EU state aid rules…It would be nice [for the UK] not to have to deal with the whole Brussels layer.”

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