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Wal-Mart will share tax cut with workers
Jan 13, 2018 - Australian Financial Review

Washington | American retail giant Wal-Mart credited the cut in the US corporate tax rate for a decision to lift the remuneration of its lowest paid workers by at least 10 per cent to a minimum $US11 ($14) an hour, giving support to President Donald Trump's assertion that lower business taxes would flow through to wages.

The country's largest private employer joins a growing list of US companies to recently announce that the slashing of the 35 per cent federal corporate rate to 21 per cent

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