House and Senate negotiators agreed to a corporate tax bill that repeals the Foreign Sales Corporation-Extra Territorial Income Tax regime, and cuts taxes across a broad swath of businesses.

The pact ends a multi-year effort to eliminate the Domestic International Sales Corporation, FSC and ETI tax breaks that the World Trade Organization ruled illegal and resulted in the European Union imposing sanctions on U.S. products.

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