Business leaders sharply critical of Obama's plan to crack down on overseas tax shelters

They say the president's proposal would unfairly penalize U.S. companies that are trying to compete in global markets. President Obama's plan to crack down on what he called abuse of overseas tax loopholes was met Monday with quick and unusually sharp opposition from big business, threatening to produce the administration's first major confrontation with a broad segment of corporate America.

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