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US President Donald Trump speaks while holding up “Simple, Fair, ‘Postcard’ Tax Filing” cards as US house speaker Paul Ryan, a Republican from Wisconsin (left) and Representative Kevin Brady, a Republican from Texas and chairman of the house ways and means committee, react during a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington. Photograph: Olivier Douliery / Bloomberg

(...)-owned multinationals with US affiliates and US companies that used “inversion” deals to move their head offices(...)

Pfizer and Allergan:  juggling with the fallout from the US Treasury’s new rules on corporate inversions.  Photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

(...) is in negotiations with Johnson Controls over an inversion that will see the US group assume Irish(...)

To pull off the merger, Pfizer simply needs to ensure it has control of no more than 60 per cent of the merged company. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney.

(...) inversion and the need to clamp down on US companies looking to relocate to more advantageous tax(...)

US president Barack Obama: denounced corporate inversion as “unpatriotic” and referring to companies availing of the practice as “deserters”. Photograph: Saul Loeb/The New York Times

(...) address corporate inversion. Inversion, which allows companies to cut their tax bills by buying a company(...)

Monsanto’s DeKalb brand seed corn sits at the Crop Production Services warehouse in Illinois. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

(...) concern was that US politicians would close the inversion loophole, thereby removing that benefit, another(...)