Steel consumers to push for permanent R&D tax credit
Dec 13, 2006 | 09:24 AM
| Rory Carroll
Steel users said they would push to make a tax credit aimed at promoting research and development permanent in the next U.S. Congress.
"There is no reason that this tax credit should not be made permanent in the 110th Congress," William E. Gaskin, president of the Precision Metalforming Association, said. "We will urge the new Congress to show its support for U.S. manufacturing by making this tax credit permanent."....
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