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How Companies Are Bypassing The U.S. High Income-Tax Rate
Updated: November 04, 2010
Countries such as the United States and United Kingdom are avoided by large technology companies because of their high income-tax rates. The U.S. corporate income-tax rate is 35%, while the U.K.'s is set at 28%.
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