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Netherlands joins race to the bottom with corporate tax cuts

The incoming Dutch government on Tuesday announced plans to cut down the corporate tax rate to 21% and abolish the 15% dividend withholding tax. It aims to make the Netherlands more attractive for corporations, but sceptics say there is no link between tax rates and competitiveness.

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