WASHINGTON — Food retailers are waiting for the other shoe to drop with regard to President Obama's call for a reduction in the corporate tax rate, according to Jennifer Hatcher, group vice president, government relations, Food Marketing Institute.
"The devil is in the details," she told SN, referring to the President's vague reference during his State of the Union speech this week to eliminating tax "loopholes" in order to fund a cut in the current 35% corporate tax rate. "Somebody's ...
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