Trump border tax plan may harm Canadian-based companies

The new U.S. administration under President-elect Donald Trump is set to assume office on January 20. The hiatus between the election and pending inauguration of the new president has not resulted in a great deal of clarity surrounding Trump’s policy priorities. While major reforms, if not a complete repeal, of President Obama’s signature Affordable Care Act seem likely to be an early policy focus, of more immediate concern to Canadians are forthcoming trade policy initiatives that will affect the bilateral trade and investment regime.At this point in time, President-elect Trump’s campaign pledge to renegotiate NAFTA remains vague in terms of

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