Deals Of The Week Keeps Tabs As Tax Trimming Fuels Deal-Making
As more biopharmaceutical companies become profitable and global, tax strategy becomes an increasingly important aspect of deal-making and intellectual property management. Deals of the Week looks at recent tax winners, new tax tactics and potential deal targets that are attractive in part because of their high – or low – tax rates.
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