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So, what are you saying?

That when it comes to tax policy, Ireland is not an exception: they're using the same pro-growth tax mix as the Nordic countries.

What if you look at Irish social spending as a percentage of GNP rather than GDP, which is inflated because of the presence of so many multinationals? I'd bet then it doesn't look so different from the rest of Europe. At least it wouldn't be so far off the charts, anyway.

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