14 Mar 2017

showCASE 19: Adjusting to Trumps’ Policy on Trade


The comprehensive US corporate tax reform proposed by Republicans in the House of Representatives, including a new “border-adjustment tax,” has been a hotly debated issue over the past few months. Its fate has been uncertain, as the proposal divides the Republican party. While Trump has referred to the border adjustment tax as “too complicated” in the past, his recent comments, though not specific, could suggest that some kind of border-tax could find support moving forward. Read more