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International Automakers Remain Concerned with House Base Erosion Language
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“International automakers continue to support comprehensive tax reform that promotes growth and jobs in America. We are committed to working with the House and Senate to ensure pro-growth tax reform becomes a reality.”
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International Automakers Remain Concerned with House Base Erosion Language

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Contact: Lauren Boland
202-450-5546 | lboland@globalautomakers.org

International Automakers Remain Concerned with House Base Erosion Language

Statement by John Bozzella, President and CEO Global Automakers and Here for America Spokesperson

“International automakers continue to support comprehensive tax reform that promotes growth and jobs in America. While today is an important step forward, we are concerned that provisions designed to address base erosion create a new burden on payments made to support American jobs and auto production. We are committed to working with the House and Senate to ensure pro-growth tax reform becomes a reality.”

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