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Here’s What Donald Trump Got Wrong About Mexico’s Taxes

After Donald Trump suggested at the presidential debate last week that foreign countries’ value-added tax, or VAT, amounts to a tariff on American companies, the idea appeared, briefly, to gain steam. “When we sell into Mexico, there’s a tax—automatic, 16 percent, approximately,” Trump said Monday. “When they sell to us, there is no tax.” The…
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