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A lower corporate tax rate as called for in the tax framework unveiled by the Trump administration should immediately boost banks’ own profits. Bankers expect some pain points, but are confident the benefits will outweigh them.
Over the years, Iraqi Kurds—in part because of their determination to fight Islamic State—assembled many allies around the world. However, Monday’s referendum, called while the fight against ISIS remains unfinished, has squandered much of that goodwill.
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