Only 14% of British tax directors think Britain has a competitive tax regime,
according to a new KPMG survey.
The survey, reported in The Times this morning, quizzed executives in charge
of tax in FTSE100 and FTSE250 companies.
The poll indicated that most felt Ireland had a competitive tax regime,
followed by the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
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