November 2001
Multinational Monitor;Nov2001, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p25
Reports on an economic stimulus bill approved by the United States House of Representatives in May 2001 that would increase the size of the corporate and individual tax cuts. Estimated cost of the tax cuts; Findings of a distributional analysis of the bill's effect in 2002; Several corporate tax cuts included in the bill; Tax cuts for individuals.


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