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Could this plan to let billionaires bring money back to the U.S. work?

SILICON VALLEY — America’s largest companies have parked more than $2.4 trillion in foreign profits in overseas bank accounts, saying the corporate tax rate in the U.S. is too high to justify bringing that cash back home. Lawmakers have considered temporarily lowering the country’s corporate tax rate to incentivize companies to bring some of those foreign profits home.
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