Trump’s US border tax could slam Canadian gas exports

Wednesday, 01 March 2017

Investors fear that a proposed US border adjustment tax could slam earnings of oil and gas companies in the Canadian province of Alberta. Industry leaders are wary about a possible negative impact of President Donald Trump’s proposed tax on energy costs in the United States and future export volumes of oil products and natural gas from Canada. 

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