Five Changes to Bring Back Jobs

Todd, Sarah
May 2012
Research Reports: American Institute for Economic Research;5/7/2012, Vol. 79 Issue 8, following p3
The article discusses the efforts of the U.S. in remaining the world's top manufacturing nation by considering five reasons to stop corporations to move abroad. U.S. president Barack Obama has proposed lowering the corporate tax rate to 28 percent for the U.S. companies to subject taxes on their worldwide income. The report of Boston Consulting Group Inc. suggests that the U.S. is estimated to regain one million fac-tory jobs from abroad within the next five years.


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