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US tax reform proposal skinny on detail and doesn’t add up

29 September 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

Tax advisers have hailed the new Republican tax reform framework as a step in the right direction and positive for multinationals. But most are in agreement that it would leave the US with a large budget deficit, making its feasibility questionable.



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