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U.S. Chamber’s Neil Bradley Raises Concern Over Global Tax Deal

  • Says accord may ‘fundamentally disadvantage’ U.S. firms
  • Global tax agreement still needs backing of U.S. Congress
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Neil Bradley, chief policy officer for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said the group has grown increasingly concerned that a fledgling global tax deal may “fundamentally disadvantage U.S. companies.”

Bradley’s remarks, in an interview Tuesday at Bloomberg News in Washington, cast doubt on Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s view that U.S. corporate leaders would eventually support the historic deal, and urge Congress to pass the legislation necessary to implement it.