The Obama administration unveiled a set of proposals for business tax reform on Wednesday aimed at lowering the corporate tax rate to 28 percent from a high of 35 percent, while eliminating dozens of tax loopholes and subsidies.
The President's Framework for Business Tax Reform, which was jointly released by the White House and the Treasury Department, calls for refocusing the manufacturing deduction and using the savings to reduce the effective rate on manufacturing to no more than 25 percent, while encouraging greater research and development and the production of clean energy.
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