(Bloomberg View) Perhaps the only consensus in U.S. politics is that the Byzantine and loophole-riddled corporate tax code needs reform.

Hillary Clinton wants to curb the ability of companies to use overseas subsidiaries to shield profits from taxes, and such tax-avoidance strategies have been denounced by other candidates in the 2016 presidential election, including Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Jeb Bush, as well as by President Barack Obama.

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