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  • adj. Not repatriated.


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un- +‎ repatriated


  • But there's definitely a thin trail of unrepatriated change that goes back many years.

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  • The government now is trying to figure out how to tax corporations on their unrepatriated foreign earnings, now standing above 40%.

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  • That's what happened in 2004, when the tax rate on unrepatriated profits was reduced for a short period.

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  • Even after the San Francisco Peace Treaty was effectuated in 1952, the Japan ese government still treated unrepatriated Koreans outrageously.

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  • Close the unrepatriated income loophole and start making these corporate parasites pay something other than CEO and other big dog bonuses. Top headlines

  • The United States taxes the foreign incomes of American companies, grants credits for any foreign income taxes paid, and defers any taxes due on the unrepatriated earnings for those affiliates that are separately incorporated abroad.

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