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Tax-avoiding US corporations have offshored more money than the GDP of France: report

Corporations Offshore ‘An Amount Larger Than The GDP Of France’ Corporations are stashing more and more of their profits overseas, taking advantage of legal loopholes to avoid paying hundreds of billions in U.S. taxes, says a new report. The corporations involved include household names like...
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