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The Dam End of Silicon Valley
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There’s lots of talk now about closing corporate tax loopholes. President Obama has proposed reducing the current corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 28 percent and killing off some tax breaks, but he would also create new ones for manufacturing companies. By contrast, other policymakers would simply reduce corporate tax rates, creating a larger deficit or the need for more severe program cuts.

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