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Britain Becomes Haven For U.s. Companies Keen To Cut Tax Bills

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Britain becomes haven for U.S. companies keen to cut tax bills
7:08am BST

LONDON - Nothing about the narrow cream-coloured lobby at 160 Aldersgate Street in the City of London financial district gives a hint of its role at the centre of the offshore oil industry.

And when another nation offers better tax avoidance incentives what then?

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Britain becomes haven for U.S. companies keen to cut tax bills
7:08am BST

LONDON - Nothing about the narrow cream-coloured lobby at 160 Aldersgate Street in the City of London financial district gives a hint of its role at the centre of the offshore oil industry.

And when another nation offers better tax avoidance incentives what then?

Or, alternatively, a sufficient number of our trading partners get fed up of having their tax bases undermined by our 'competitive' tax regime and start to impose sanctions.

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