The country's top rate of tax has dropped from the fifth to 11th highest in the European Union, according to KPMG.
However, it is still higher than both Greece and Italy. The Telegraph reports the decision to cut the top rate of tax "bucked the trend" as equivalent average rates rose around the world. KPMG said...
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