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Schering Transactions To Avoid Tax On Repatriated Income Nixed By Court

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Schering-Plough lost its bid for a half billion tax refund when a court ruled that financial transactions set up to repatriate profits from foreign subsidiaries did not allow the company to delay paying taxes on the income. The decision has broad ramifications as it could impede corporations from forming similar arrangements
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