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By Steve King
Topic - Thomas J. Falk
Chairman and CEO Thomas J. Falk told a Senate panel this week that the administration's proposal to raise the tax on foreign earnings of American-based firms "would put U.S. companies at a significant disadvantage."
The move "would slow economic growth in the U.S. and impede the creation of U.S.-based jobs," Mr. Falk, whose global company makes Kleenex, Huggies and health care products, said Wednesday at a hearing of the Senate Finance Committee.