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A case in point

3 July 2007 By Edward Hadas

Operating profits have been strong at both UK companies. But they have been kept geared up enough to avoid paying any profit tax. The merged entity is likely to be equally debtheavy and taxlite. It s a sensible corporate strategy in response to bad public policy.

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