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BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS
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October 17, 2012
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes a part for a diesel engine at the company's...
MARKET BOSWORTH, United Kingdom
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes part for a diesel engine at company's factory...
An employee of JJ Churchill precision engineering polishes a part for a diesel engine at the company's factory in Market Bosworth, central England, October 10, 2012. When precision engineer JJ Churchill bought costly new machinery and recruited workers to operate it, the firm was doing the bidding of successive British governments - investing in high value manufacturing and creating skilled jobs. But its reason for spending 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) on two steel milling and grinding machines last year had little to do with the government's policy of helping British industry by steadily cutting corporate tax rates. To match Analysis BRITAIN-TAX/JOBS Picture taken October 10, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Bergin (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL POLITICS)
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