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Billion-pound health giant moves to low-tax Ireland – and blames Brexit

MailOnline Saturday, 10 November 2018
Billion-pound health giant moves to low-tax Ireland – and blames BrexitSteris, a $10 billion (£7.5 billion) Ohio firm, has been based in the UK for tax purposes since late 2015 when it completed a $1.9 billion takeover of British firm Synergy Health.
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