(Bloomberg) Senator Charles Schumer released a proposal today that would limit deductions available for U.S. companies that take a foreign address to reduce their taxes.

Schumer, a New York Democrat, wants to curb a practice known as “earnings stripping,” in which companies that engage in inversion transactions then load up their U.S. operations with debt and reduce their U.S. taxable income.

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