Do Tax Breaks Help Manufacturers?By
President Barack Obama singled out manufacturers for special treatment in his recently unveiled proposal for an overhaul of the tax code. While the overall corporate tax rate would decline under Obama’s plan, from 35 percent to 28 percent, manufacturers would pay even less—around 25 percent of their income. The idea is to encourage manufacturers either to stay put or bring factory work home from foreign locales such as China.
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