Waters to Repatriate $500M in Foreign Sales After New Law Provides Opening | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 13 (GenomeWeb News) - Waters said it will take advantage of changes in federal tax laws and repatriate around $500 million in foreign earnings.

The step, which Waters said it will take in the third quarter, will force the company to pay between $22 million and $28 million federal, state, and foreign taxes.

 

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