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I’ve been laying low on the inversion issue that pops up from time to time when global firms make a deal to merge—such as the big daddies Johnson Controls and Tyco International, who are set to become the latest American company to move abroad in search of tax savings. Inversions let US companies lower their tax rates over time by giving them ways to shift profit out of the US and move cash easily from low-tax jurisdictions back to shareholders.


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