Gentronix Gets French Tax Credit OK | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Gentronix today said that it has received a French research tax credit approval for the years 2012-2014.

The credit allows eligible research-intensive French companies who are subject to corporate tax in France the ability to claim tax relief on costs generated in R&D requirements that are outsourced to Gentronix. The firm is based in Manchester, UK, and provides genotoxicity screening products and services.

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