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What the US presidential hopefuls are saying on tax reform

27 April 2016

Amelia Schwanke

Election day – November 8 – may still be some way off, but the buzz around the battle for the presidency is already at peak levels, largely driven by the polarising Donald Trump and his drive for the Republican presidential nomination. But while his hairdo continues to dominate the front pages, how would a Trump-inspired tax reform be received on the business pages? Amelia Schwanke analyses where each of the front-runners for the White House stand on corporate tax.



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