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Where U.S. Companies Stand on the Border Adjustment Tax

Exporters and importers are at odds over the proposal.
Source: Mike Segar / Reuters

A divide is emerging among American companies when it comes to the Trump administration’s proposed border adjustment tax. For some, the tax—which would shift taxation from where goods are produced to where goods are sold—could bode poorly, since prices for consumers would go up, potentially decreasing demand for their products. But for others, there may be a benefit, as the tax could increase demand

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