UN Agenda 21
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The United Nations Agenda 21 was signed by the United States in 1992 and 14 years later, people are still in the dark.
Many policymakers say they want to reform the U.S. system of taxing multinational corporations so that it better promotes growth and helps reduce budget deficits. Unfortunately, one proposal that has received significant attention would take the tax code in an ill-advised direction, creating serious economic and fiscal risks. The proposal — to create a so-called “territorial” tax system — would create greater tax incentives for multinational corporations to invest and move profits overseas rather than in the United States, which would risk hurting domestic businesses, boosting deficits over the long run, and weakening the economy.