Bush proposes tax cutting taxes, regulatory costs for manufacturers

The Bush administration proposed to cut taxes and regulatory costs as a way of boosting the competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers, which have shed 2.7 million jobs since President George W. Bush took office. Commerce Secretary Donald Evans issued a report with 63 recommendations to reduce legal, health and regulatory costs so that American companies can…
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