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AMC Statement on Senate Budget Vote

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The American Made Coalition issued the following statement regarding today's vote in the Senate:


America For Sale

One of the major problems with the current U.S. business tax code is that it actually incentivizes companies to move overseas through a process known as a corporate inversion. These inversions often occur through mergers with foreign subsidiaries or acquisitions by foreign firms. The imbalance is stark. Since 2004, foreign investors have acquired $510 billion more in American businesses and capital than U.S. investors have purchased from other countries, according to a report by Ernst and Young. That deal flow would reverse, if the U.S. adopts a 20% corporate rate, according to EY. For example, 4,700 American businesses would still be operating in the U.S. today, if the 20% rate had been in place in 2004. A lower corporate rate and territorial tax system would slow - or potentially reverse - this migration of American business and capital. 


Tax Fact: Existing Tax Code Drives Businesses Abroad

One of the major problems with the current U.S. business tax code is that it actually incentivizes companies to move overseas through a process known as a corporate inversion. These inversions often occur through mergers with foreign subsidiaries or acquisitions by foreign firms. The imbalance is stark. Since 2004, foreign investors have acquired $510 billion more in American businesses and capital than U.S. investors have purchased from other countries, according to a report by Ernst and Young. That deal flow would reverse, if the U.S. adopts a 20% corporate rate, according to EY. For example, 4,700 American businesses would still be operating in the U.S. today, if the 20% rate had been in place in 2004. A lower corporate rate and territorial tax system would slow - or potentially reverse - this migration of American business and capital. 


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