Friday, May 29, 2020
Reuters' does an analysis of the 110 publicly traded companies that each received $4 million or more in emergency aid from U.S. taxpayers: "Of those subject to taxes, 12 of the companies recently used offshore havens to cut their tax bills, the analysis found. All together, these 12 received more than $104 million in loans from U.S. taxpayers. Seven of them paid no U.S. tax at all for the past year."
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