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Businesses relieved as US scraps border adjustment tax proposal

The US government has decided to set aside controversial proposals for a border adjustment tax (BAT) in order to push ahead with tax reform and get a bill through Congress by the end of the year, but is this the end of the BAT and how will the government fund the revenue gap?

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