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Paper: Enterprise Agency instructed Ericsson to break EU rules

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Some ministries are going to leave the building soon? Reply to the comment answer
~James Caan [29.11.2012, 11:59]
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What a surprise. Not! Reply to the comment answer
~oh oo spageti oos [29.11.2012, 17:30]
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The main question to me is why EU's taxpayers have to subsidize billionaire corporations in the first place?

This goes even beyond the Virginia taxpayers case who subsidized billionaire mogul Steven Spielberg's movie about Abe Lincoln:

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~knut albers [29.11.2012, 19:35]
One reason why they are billionaires is that they have a much larger capacity to 'use the system'/milk the systems' than smaller companies, who cannot use so much time and energy on the bureaucracy
~Norwegian [30.11.2012, 13:19]
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