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Grand old policies: Republican candidates on corporate tax

Over the next six months Republicans in each US state will vote for the candidate they want to represent the party in the upcoming November presidential election. With job creation likely to be one issue of central importance come then, the candidates’ tax policies could make or break their campaign. Matthew Gilleard investigates what the hopefuls have to say on corporate taxes.

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