The deliberate absence of the Border Adjustment Tax from the Joint Statement on Tax Reform released by congressional leaders and the Trump administration was intended to make a tax reform package more palatable to lawmakers who were suspicious of its resemblance to a value-added tax.
While its removal may make it easier to pass a final bill, it also poses problems in the loss of revenue that it would have generated, according to observers.
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