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Corporate tax reform iii?

Hi I'm new on this forum and I came to Switzerland from my home country to work for a big US company that has its EMEA hq here in CH. However the new corporate tax reform that will abolish the special taxation system is going to affect us and our company is evaluating other countries for a relocation.
Ireland seems to be the best choice, but also Amsterdam has been considered.
I frankly don't get how Switzerland won't lower taxes to a competitive level... I mean, even the UK after brexit said that they will lower the corporate tax to 15%. I think the swiss are to proud of their country and they think that the big corporation are only here to exploit their beautiful little country, but they are going to see a massive exodus of foreign multinationals corporation and maybe some of them will be happy too and blame it all on the EU.
Are some of you affected by this corporate tax reform? And will your company leave?
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