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April 5th, 2016
Episode 399 of 890 episodes
Wall Street Journal reporter Richard Rubin says updated Treasury Department rules will impose even tougher restrictions on corporate inversions. These are deals in which U.S. companies take a foreign address, often through a merger with a smaller company, then adopt the new country's lower tax rate.