Outlines European Union (EU) complaints that extraterritorial tax income (ETI) provisions of U.S. tax code amount to export subsidies, and thus violate World Trade Organization agreements. Examines policy options for U.S., including retaining or repealing ETI, providing alternative tax benefits, and territorial or consumption taxation.
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