When U.S. Senator Carl Levin declared that Goldman Sachs Group Inc . “clearly misled their clients and misled the Congress,” few analysts predicted his allegations would still be reverberating two months later.
U.S. companies would face strict limits on mergers in which they move their tax address outside the U.S. under a bill proposed today by Senator Carl Levin, a Michigan Democrat.
"While the administration's actions are an important step, only Congress can fully close the tax inversion loophole."
- Carl Levin on Sep 22, 2014
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