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Insight: In Europe's tax race, it's the base, not the rate, that counts

The Petrusse river is seen in this general view of the city of Luxembourg in this November 20, 2012 file picture. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files

The Petrusse river is seen in this general view of the city of Luxembourg in this November 20, 2012 file picture. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files

The Petrusse river is seen in this general view of the city of Luxembourg in this November 20, 2012 file picture. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files
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The logo of Amazon Europe Holding Technologies is seen at its entrance in Luxembourg in this picture taken on November 20, 2012. Picture taken November 20, 2012. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files

The logo of Amazon Europe Holding Technologies is seen at its entrance in Luxembourg in this picture taken on November 20, 2012. Picture taken November 20, 2012. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files

The logo of Amazon Europe Holding Technologies is seen at its entrance in Luxembourg in this picture taken on November 20, 2012. Picture taken November 20, 2012. To match INSIGHT TAX-CONTEST/EUROPE REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/Files
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