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Burger King's website
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After merging with Tim Hortons of Canada, Burger King is "not moving. … Our headquarters will remain in Miami" and "(we) will continue to pay all of our federal, state and local U.S. taxes."
Democrats love to say that Republicans support tax breaks that promote outsourcing, but that claim is misleading.
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