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Render unto Caesar

10 April 2015 By Robert Cyran

The U.S. conglomerate is bringing home $36 bln and will pay $6 bln in taxes on it. The move helps GE deliver a capital return plan with sufficient heft to make a mark. It also should be big enough to be noticed by other companies paying a price for leaving some $2 trln overseas.

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