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… benefit U.S. businesses, workers, and the economy. Jeff Yoders: You mentioned that the proposed border-adjustment tax is something you have to be very, very careful about. Philip K …
… too beneficial to not drive up stock prices. This is, of course, leaving out a border adjustment tax or any other taxes that might further benefit U.S. metals producers …
… leaders in the House of Representatives, imports would be taxed while exports would not. The “border-adjusted” tax would come alongside a cut in the corporate tax rate to 20 …
… desirable home for manufacturing we need a mix of: much better skilled workforce; VAT or border adjustment tax; lower corporate taxes, regulations, healthcare costs and U.S. dollar; and tariffs …
… and overcapacity issues. This is the final post in our three-part series that covers border-adjustment and tax policy. JY: The reason you might want to avoid a VAT …
… in tax breaks for appropriate investment (such as carbon capture). Sticks could be a carbon tax, or a border carbon adjustment mechanism to penalize imports of product with a high …
Among the ideas that the Trump administration has mentioned as a way to pay for the planned southern border wall is a 20% tax on all goods coming in from …
… the vast majority would fall directly on the general public. So why would a carbon tax on all imports at the border be necessary would you ask if French industry …
… reimburse us for the cost of the wall. That will happen, whether it's a tax or a payment... probably less likely that it's a payment, but it will …
… dumping and countervailing duty orders. Passage of the measure would also ensure that Customs and Border Protection officials investigate industry claims of AD/CVD evasion by set statutory deadlines.' Blocked …
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