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Old 06.07.2016, 11:28
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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So it's all getting clearer by the day. Plans a-foot to get rid of minimum wage and maternity payments. But the big one is that the EU plans to crack down on tax evasion, and guess who won't be affected? Surprise (not):

https://www.theguardian.com/business...-tax-loopholes
If the EU is serious (and I don't know if it's the case), the Uk could be listed as tax evasion paradise in no time. This does have consequences for business and finance.
But at the moment, it's all about rhetoric, called in French "effet d'annonce", because nobody knows what and how anything might be applicable in the future, even the reduction of corporate tax is such a rhetoric game as nothing can assure that it will be applied by the next government. It's just a response to the big companies that didn't want the Brexit and have been announcing delocalization or job cuts. In other words:
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