President Bush on Friday quietly signed the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 into law, while flying on Air Force One to a campaign appearance in Pennsylvania.

The AJCA started out as a bill to deal with an adverse World Trade Organization ruling that the extraterritorial income exclusion constituted a prohibited export subsidy, and morphed into major tax legislation. It makes some important changes, including those affecting businesses, especially manufacturers and those with foreign income.

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