Could Tax Really Spark A Corporate Exodus From The U.S. And UK?

July 1, 2015
Lisa Travnik

HSBC and JP Morgan are currently in discussions to relocate parts of their businesses from Great Britain to Luxembourg, reportedly in response to the hefty taxes they must pay related to their London-based operations. Is it just a threat, or will big tax burdens really spur multinationals to uproot their regional headquarters for more favorable tax treatment?  Read more in the Forbes.

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