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29 December 2017 By Christopher Thompson

The U.S. president says reduced corporate taxes are a Christmas present. But a levy on interest payments to overseas companies could hit lenders with U.S. subsidiaries. The provision, the base erosion and anti-abuse tax, might even cancel out the benefit of a lower headline rate.

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