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A tax exemption for construction work done on a Catholic school in Spain does not constitute illegal state aid as long as the building is used for compulsory education rather than commercial purposes, an adviser to the European high court said Thursday.

LUXEMBOURG – A tax exemption for construction work done on a Catholic school in Spain does not constitute illegal state aid as long as the building is used for compulsory education rather than commercial purposes, an adviser to the European high court said Thursday.

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