House Democrats Set to Propose Corporate Tax Rate of 26.5%

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Sep.12 — House Democrats are reportedly set to propose raising the corporate tax rate 26.5% among other plans that fall short of President Joe Biden’s ambitions. Bloomberg’s Billy House reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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