The United States has a tax problem. Take just one example: in 2008, brewing company Anheuser-Busch, which can trace its St Louis, Missouri roots back to the establishment of saloon keeper George Schneider’s Bavarian Brewery in 1852, was sold to Belgian beer giant InBev for $52 billion.
The deal turned it from the archetypal US company - the brewer of all-American beer Budweiser - paying an average 39.2 per cent corporate tax rate, to a Leuven-headquartered...
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