Even as corporate profits rise well above pre-crisis peaks, the government's corporate tax take...

|By:, SA News Editor

Even as corporate profits rise well above pre-crisis peaks, the government's corporate tax take hasn't kept up - clocking in at just $200B in the 12 months ending in November compared to a $380B peak. One factor, notes Ed Yardeni, is companies making more and thus keeping more of their profits overseas.