Washington (Aug. 12, 2002) -- The United States Chamber of Commerce says that proposed legislation that obstructs U.S. corporations' offshore moves is unfair.

Current proposed legislation would prevent offshore companies from securing government defense contracts. According to Chamber chief economist Martin Regalia, this would unfairly penalize companies for operating in the U.S. and doing business exactly like a foreign multinational corporation.

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