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Newsround: what Tuesday's newspapers say

Universities slip further in world rankings; Noonan rejects IMF call for large property tax and Primark sales defy recession: these stories and more.

11th September, 2012
Newsround: Tuesday's business pages

The top stories from Tuesday's business pages are:

**Michael Noonan** has rejected a call from the IMF for a property tax of 0.5 per cent of housing market value (p1).

**Most Irish universities** remain outside world top 100, except for Trinity College (p5).

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