WPP takes a stand for tax-slashing British Conservative party

04/15/2010 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

WPP, which took its U.K. headquarters and left for Ireland to avoid a new tax on income from its international subsidiaries, might return to Britain, chief executive Martin Sorrell said. It all depends on whether the conservative Tories win at the polls and then work to rescind the tax, he said.

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