PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S. Chairman Tim Ryan: “Even when you look at the tax reform that we had over the last couple of years, the U.S. is still in the top third overall when you look at OECD countries in terms of corporate tax rate. So, on a relative competitive basis, when you look at where we are right now at 21 – and potentially, under Biden, at 28 – you still run the risk of not being competitive. And that is really important to the economy. And that is why it’s such a top risk under both administrations. But from my perspective, one of the careful things we have to balance here: we clearly have a need to make sure we pay for the stimulus, we clearly have a need to make sure we don’t leave people behind. But in the same token, we can’t lose the competitiveness of U.S. businesses, because that does mean jobs and relative competitiveness to other competitors who may not be headquartered here in the United States.” [CNBC, 10/23/20]