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20-05-2019, 10:02   #241
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Originally Posted by Cordell View Post
They are not subsidized. They may get tax breaks, but those are not subsidies.

As we have seen from Luxembourg, Italy, Holland, and Ireland, preferential tax arrangements can be and are often defined by the Competition Commissioner as illegal-state-aid. Subsidies by another name.
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That is their definition and their problem The "competition" they worry about is not the competition that benefits the consumer, they just don't want others to give tax breaks, but this is a different discussion for another time. With regards to Ireland, they are not getting any moneys from the state hence they are not on "our tab".
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Our current government has no interest in reinvesting the revenue it receives in tax back into improving our society.
Yeah they have no interest whatsoever on spending money to improve society
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