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US elections: Presidential plans to halt corporate inversions

Donald Trump has said he will curb “job-killing corporate inversions” by reducing the US business tax rate from 35% to 15% if he becomes the next US President. Meanwhile, his rival Hillary Clinton plans to deter companies by levying an ‘exit tax’ on businesses moving overseas. Will either plan work? Caroline Byrne reports.

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