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Europe is seeing a growing interest in veganism, and Berlin is at the centre of it

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The document published by Trump’s campaign states that ”America will compete with the world and win by cutting the corporate tax rate to 15%, taking our rate from one of the worst to one of the best”.
2016/08/21 14:16
Ireland has benefited hugely from this, with US companies employing about 140,000 people in the country.
2016/08/21 14:16
US direct investment in Ireland amounted to $277 billion (€248 billion at today’s rates) over the past two decades, more than was put into Brazil, Russia, India and China combined.
2016/08/21 14:16
However, until the cash is brought back, or ‘repatriated’, the cash piles built up are difficult for companies to use. If the US rate is reduced to 15%, it is less likely that companies will go to the trouble of trying to avoid the lower rate
2016/08/21 14:20
The city has an estimated 80,000 vegans – around 4% of Berlin’s population, and 10% of Germany’s vegan population overall
2016/08/21 14:21