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Eurostat confirms EU average corporate tax rate increases for first time since 2001

29 May 2012

Joe Dalton

The average corporate tax rate among EU member states has increased for the first time in more than a decade, and taxpayers can expect fewer rate cuts while the financial crisis continues, according to advisers.



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