ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 29, 2012
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(Washington: David Kerley) Apple's business taxes examined; details given about how profits are moved overseas to lower the tax rate by intellectual property companies. [Apple CEO Tim COOK- comments.] [Tax Analysis chief economist Martin SULLIVAN- says Apple patents get their tax rates cut in half; states tax rules allow companies to move profits offshore via a loophole.]
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