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This paper is one of the research outputs of the project IGA/FAME/2012/016 “The impact of the bankruptcy on the tax revenue due to the implemented tax policy” and TACR TD010093 “Transaction cost incurred by Czech economic entities within insolvency proceedings and reduction of these costs to a level prevalent in the EU; improved statistics for the purposes of insolvency proceedings and definition of a financial fragility model”.

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Correspondence to Lubos Smrcka.

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Redinova, H., Smrcka, L. The Development of Companies Directed from Low-Tax Regions. Int Adv Econ Res 19, 203–204 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11294-013-9395-2

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