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Kerry says his plan would trigger 10 million jobs

Corporate tax cuts proposed as incentive for Rust Belt votes

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / March 27, 2004

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Senator John F. Kerry, confident he can beat President Bush this fall in swing states like Michigan and Missouri by focusing on job losses there, said yesterday he would create 10 million jobs in his first term as president by cutting corporate taxes and repealing a Kennedy-era tax incentive that leads companies to move jobs overseas. (Full Article: 774 Words)

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