Obama: tax inversion needs to be fixed in 2015
This article was originally published in Scrip
While the US policy changes with Cuba and the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the FBI said on 19 December was carried out by the North Korean government, took center stage at President Barack Obama's final press conference of the year, he also provided his perspective on what's ahead for tax reform in 2015 and efforts to stop inversion.
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