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Most Companies Still Mum On Device Tax Coping Strategies

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

While some companies have started to reveal strategies to either soften the blow or to capitalize on the impending device excise tax, many have revealed little to no detail on their planned response.

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