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Ireland woos securitization

With its tax rate of 12.5% and a tax system that since 1997 has aimed to make securitization deals effectively tax-neutral, Ireland is already a popular onshore location for securitization. But changes announced in its Finance Bill in February 2003 should make the country even more attractive

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