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Old 06-18-2008, 08:55 AM   #25
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On your incorporation question, it doesn't matter where the company is incorporated in the EU: it can trade in any EU country. It does matter to the company, as it will pay the corporation tax in that country—which is why a lot of companies selling Europe-wide choose Ireland.

It would still be complicated to sell in a lot of European countries if it weren't for the EU, just as it would still be in the American states if it weren't for the Union.
IOW, there are regulations that have to be studied and followed for doing business in the UK. The point I'm making is, that marketing in any country is a lot more complex than what it might seem at first. But if there is the possibility of unethical business practices, does the EU provide any recourse for an investigation?? Your focus seems to be more on conclusions than facts.

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